MBA Fakhro is led by Mo Fakhro, the owner of the firm. He conceptualized the core economic objective for MBA Fakhro, to achieve extraordinary returns by predicting macroeconomic trends and allocating capital to monetize those predictions, while still in his dorm room in Stanford. He has spent a good part of his life working hard in pursuit of fulfilling that objective.

Mo is a location agnostic business owner.  He carries his laptop and mobile everywhere and is constantly working.  He splits his time equally between the main offices of MBA Fakhro. He is largely a virtual business owner who conducts most meetings, communications, follow ups, and transactions on “the cloud” (by email, net banking, video conferencing, audio, text, etc) irrespective of where he is physically located. He often spends most of his time on virtual video calls with employees, clients, and partners around the world.

He has positioned MBA Fakhro to be a major financial firm that has a significant impact on global economic development. This macroeconomic goal is pursued daily by positioning new companies and capital to take advantage of future economic trends.

He is a life long learner, and has completed numerous courses and read numerous books in finance, computer programming, creative writing, biology, technology, and management, and is in the process of attaining an ACCA (Chartered Accountant) and CFA qualification.

He completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University and Stanford University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, with Honors, from Stanford University.

Prior to college, he completed a rigorous program at Phillips Exeter Academy, in New Hampshire, arguably the top high school in America, where his knowledge of banking and finance were recognized and nurtured by some of the top minds in the field.

He is enrolled at Harvard University‘s Masters of Liberal Arts in Finance (Class of 2023). He is also an applicant to University of Cambridge‘s Business Doctorate (Class of 2026), with a focus on the field of management science.

To learn more about Mo, or to connect with him, you can visit his personal website here.