Usman Miah

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      • Usman Miah
      • Associate - Commercial Property
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      • Vinters Business Park, New Cut Road,
      • Maidstone
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      • ME14 5NZ
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Usman Miah

Associate - Commercial Property

Usman graduated with a law degree from the University of Kent and joined Outset in 2016. During his studies, Usman spent time with a city based Insurance Underwriter where he gained practical experience working with clients.

Outside the office, Usman is a keen sportsman with a particular interest in cricket and football. Usman has worked in our Corporate and Commercial team and is now in our Commercial Property team.


BA (Law and Business)

What Usman says about himself

We showcase a member of our team each week on our LinkedIn page. We ask them 10 questions about their inspirations, challenges of their job and their career journey.

You can read more about Usman here.

When away from work, what do you enjoy doing?

When away from work my main enjoyment is sports and a lot of it. I love watching and playing a variety of sport, but mainly football and cricket. I try to keep fit by playing 5-a-side football and have developed a keen interest in boxing. But staying true my roots, which lie in a country renowned for fishing, the quintessential Bangladeshi in me loves to fish in the summer as a pastime with my father, down at Dover pier.

What is your favourite book or movie?

My favourite movie is the Law Abiding Citizen and my favourite book is Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol.

Describe an interesting fact about yourself?

I’m multilingual and can fluently speak and understand four languages, of which two (Hindi and Urdu) I have learnt without any formal teaching. I achieved this through watching international television and meeting and speaking to people who have Hindi or Urdu as their native/mother tongue. 

When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up?

A doctor – until I realised I was quite squeamish when it came to injections and blood.