Sharjeel is a freelance consultant primarily focusing on institutional assessments, financial management, procurement management, risk management, audit and compliance and capacity building projects. He has worked for Ernst & Young – Pakistan for 17 years and was a Partner in the Advisory department of the firm when he resigned in 2012. Sharjeel is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP). He is also a certified internal auditor from the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), USA. While working for the advisory department of Ernst & Young, Sharjeel carried out internal audits, risk management reviews and COSO implementation projects for various banks and financial institutions. He had also been involved with donor and public sector, carrying out financial management and procurement management reviews, performance reviews, pre-award reviews and institutional assessments, monitoring and evaluation of donor projects, internal audits and gap analysis of government departments and local NGOs. He has also been deputed on a short term basis to Ernst & Young – UK and Ernst & Young – USA offices to assist the teams on similar assignments. Sharjeel was also leading the training function of the Advisory department of Ernst & Young. He has imparted trainings on the following subjects to personnel of number of renowned organizations as well as Ernst & Young team members: Conducting risk based Internal Audit Implementation of COSO (internal control) framework Implementing Risk management framework Corporate governance framework Application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Report writing skills Delivering winning presentations.