Clutch Group Appoints Amit Katyal as Vice President of India Operations

January 23rd, 2013

Clutch Group announced today that Amit Katyal has taken over the role of Vice President of India operations in the company’s Bangalore, India office, and will be responsible for managing all aspects of Clutch Group’s India Operations. Mr. Katyal will draw on his strong experience in global delivery models to grow Clutch Group’s international delivery and compliance practice area. “Amit’s in-depth and multi-jurisdictional experience across Fortune 500 companies will boost our organization’s efforts to ensure exemplary services,” said Abhi Shah, CEO of Clutch Group. “We expect that as a seasoned professional, Amit’s extensive experience in the areas of Regulatory Compliance, Investigations, Process Reengineering, Risk & Controls and Assurance services will add value to our overall client experience.”

Prior to joining Clutch Group, Mr. Katyal was a Director in the Risk Advisory Practice of BMR Advisors, a leading professional services firm for over 7 years where he was responsible for managing global marquee client relationships and delivery. Mr. Katyal worked with top global banks in KYC on-boarding across geographies and also helped close a post-merger integration of Compliance processes for a global financial institution. In addition, Mr. Katyal worked to create comprehensive thresholds designed to effectively monitor AML red flags thereby creating a resounding impact on the number of false positives. Prior to BMR, Mr. Katyal worked with PriceWaterhouseCoopers for nearly 5 years in their Assurance and Business Advisory Services.

“Clutch Group is a dynamic, fast-growing organization and I am confident that my combined experience in Regulatory Compliance, Process Integration and Technology will support Clutch Group’s delivery of leading-edge solutions,” says Mr. Katyal. “Clutch Group has a very client centric approach and I am excited to be part of this dynamic team and look forward to make a contribution to the innovation in the works.”