Investment Research

Mohammad Barkeshli

Senior Associate,
Full Consequence Investing

Mohammad Barkeshli is a Senior Associate at Hall Capital Partners LLC, focusing on the firm’s impact investing efforts, which we call Full Consequence Investing. He is responsible for research, identification, due diligence, and ongoing monitoring of investments across asset classes.

Prior to re-joining Hall Capital in 2021, Mohammad was a member of the investment team at Community Investment Management, an impact-focused private credit fund, where he helped launch a new Emerging Markets fund strategy. Mohammad also has experience working at Queensland Investment Corporation in London, where he focused on European transportation and water infrastructure transactions, at a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund, where he worked on sustainability-related investments, and at Mapbox, where he focused on business strategy and international expansion.

Mohammad first joined Hall Capital in 2012 as an Analyst in the Portfolio Management Group in New York, then moved to the Research group to serve as the first Associate in our Cross-Asset Research & Strategy team. Mohammad was a co-founder of Bakhita Girls, a secondary school in southern Tanzania, and has served on the boards of the Foundation for Sustainable Development as well as Global Glimpse.

Volunteer work:

Ilmhona, Board of Directors

Education:

Stanford Graduate School of Business, MBA

New York University, BA in Economics and Comparative Literature

What attracted you to HCP?

Quality people, female-founded investment firm, endless learning, and potential for outsized real-world impact.

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

I’m an avid world traveler and have been known to organize unofficial HCP trips abroad. The pandemic has created a lot of space for my love of nerding out on obscure histories, hermeneutics, and global folk music.

Little known fact(s) about me:

I worked as a baker in New York for years to pay for expenses during high school and college, and developed a hand-written cookie recipe-book. I also learned English as a young adult, so many pop culture references may go over my head – it’s not you, it’s me!

Ask me about:

Fintech: innovative lending models that drive financial inclusion

Comparative literature: similarities between post-modern continental philosophy and medieval Islamic thought

Music: playlists to liven up dinner conversations

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Mohammad Barkeshli is a Senior Associate at Hall Capital Partners LLC, focusing on the firm’s impact investing efforts, which we call Full Consequence Investing. He is responsible for research, identification, due diligence, and ongoing monitoring of investments across asset classes.

Prior to re-joining Hall Capital in 2021, Mohammad was a member of the investment team at Community Investment Management, an impact-focused private credit fund, where he helped launch a new Emerging Markets fund strategy. Mohammad also has experience working at Queensland Investment Corporation in London, where he focused on European transportation and water infrastructure transactions, at a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund, where he worked on sustainability-related investments, and at Mapbox, where he focused on business strategy and international expansion.

Mohammad first joined Hall Capital in 2012 as an Analyst in the Portfolio Management Group in New York, then moved to the Research group to serve as the first Associate in our Cross-Asset Research & Strategy team. Mohammad was a co-founder of Bakhita Girls, a secondary school in southern Tanzania, and has served on the boards of the Foundation for Sustainable Development as well as Global Glimpse.

Volunteer work:

Ilmhona, Board of Directors

Education:

Stanford Graduate School of Business, MBA

New York University, BA in Economics and Comparative Literature

What attracted you to HCP?

Quality people, female-founded investment firm, endless learning, and potential for outsized real-world impact.

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

I’m an avid world traveler and have been known to organize unofficial HCP trips abroad. The pandemic has created a lot of space for my love of nerding out on obscure histories, hermeneutics, and global folk music.

Little known fact(s) about me:

I worked as a baker in New York for years to pay for expenses during high school and college, and developed a hand-written cookie recipe-book. I also learned English as a young adult, so many pop culture references may go over my head – it’s not you, it’s me!

Ask me about:

Fintech: innovative lending models that drive financial inclusion

Comparative literature: similarities between post-modern continental philosophy and medieval Islamic thought

Music: playlists to liven up dinner conversations