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Amina Hussain


Amina Hussain is a multi-award-winning specialist in forensic accounting, taxation, and practice accounting. She is the founder and director of SME Outsourcing, an accountancy firm based in the heart of Edgbaston, Birmingham. She has over 24 years of experience in accounting, finance, insolvency and advisory previously working for the Big Four, KPMG.

She is the former Co-President of the Asian Business Chambers of Commerce and was the first British – Asian Bangladeshi to be appointed in this role in 34 years. She has served her term as Co President and has recently been engaged with assisting businesses on “scaling up businesses” by holding workshops on behalf of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.

Amina was named one of ten Leading Businesswomen of 2021 by the CIO Times International. She won the Signature Awards Businesswoman of the Year in 2019 and the British Bangladeshi Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2020.

As a mentor and coach, Amina guides young people on their future career paths in all business sectors and has set up her academy to provide education, training, and qualifications for young people, especially those from the BAME background and also helps disadvantaged people to gain employment opportunities.

Amina is also a member of the The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Ireland, a Trustee of the Round Table Children’s Wish Charity and sits on the Financial Committee for University College Birmingham (UCB).

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