Amina is a Vice President and leader within Deloitte’s investment banking practice in Toronto – Deloitte Corporate Finance. She advises the executives and senior management of Canada’s leading organizations on evaluating strategic alternatives, executing mergers and acquisitions, and financing transactions. Amina has worked on marquee transactions across various industries with aggregate transaction value ranging in billions of dollars.
Amina is the events lead for Deloitte’s Accessibility network, a network to promote an accessible and inclusive workplace for all employees at Deloitte. She is also involved in initiatives that help employees foster inclusion, maintain their identity, and celebrate diversity.
Amina strives to champion mental health in her community, given her own struggle with anxiety. Outside of work, Amina has assisted numerous not-for-profit organizations with strategic planning and subsequent implementation of strategic plans. In addition to Anxiety Canada, she currently serves as a board member at the Barrie Family Health Organization, one of the largest family health teams in the province serving approximately 140,000 enrolled patients, as well as the Elizabeth Fry Society, a not-for-profit organization committed to supporting women in contact with the criminal justice system.
Amina graduated with a First-Class Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Imperial College London and is a qualified chartered accountant.