Mr Saptarshi Ghosh

Mr Saptarshi Ghosh consults on law and policy, banking and securities regulation, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and compliance issues. He has advisory experience of over a decade to businesses, government bodies and multilateral agencies on legal and political risk and investment strategy. His areas of specialisation and experience include banking regulation, securities law, project finance, corporate governance, company and investment matters. He practised in the Supreme Court of India and was involved in the drafting of various statutory instruments including the Serious Economic Offences Code of India (a UNDP-sponsored project).

Ghosh specialises on economic and political issues in China and emerging markets in Asia. He has designed, developed and taught programmes on legal and political risk in several universities and organisations. He is also a regular contributor to peer-reviewed academic journals and the financial press. His articles on the Ketan Parekh Bank Fraud in India, the Troubled Assets Resolution Programme in the US and the Vickers Recommendation in the UK have been widely cited by others. His current research interests encompass corporate governance in emerging economies and political risk undercurrents influencing strategic geopolitical and country risks while doing business in developed and emerging economies.

Ghosh holds a LLB from the University of Delhi and a LLM with Distinction from the University of Warwick.