News: CRISIL appoints Amish Mehta as MD & CEO

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CRISIL appoints Amish Mehta as MD & CEO

Amish takes over from Ashu Suyash, who decided to step down to set up her own venture.
CRISIL appoints Amish Mehta as MD & CEO

Amish takes charge as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of CRISIL Ltd, an  S&P Global Company, effective October 1, 2021. 

In his new role, Amish will lead the company’s Indian and global businesses and focus on delivering high-quality analytics, opinions and solutions to corporations, investors, financial institutions,  policymakers and governments.

Speaking on his appointment, Amish Mehta, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, CRISIL Ltd, said “Our  commitment to sustainability and analytical excellence will remain the core guiding principles as we explore new growth opportunities in benchmarks, analytics, and insights. Leveraging our  strong customer relationships, deep domain expertise and highly skilled global talent pool through continued investments in data and technology will be the key to becoming future-ready.  I look forward to working closely with all our stakeholders to create value.”

Amish has a rich experience of more than two decades across industries. He joined CRISIL in October 2014 as President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). 

He was appointed as President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) in July 2017, responsible for Global  Analytical Center, India Research and SME, Global Innovation and Excellence (GIX) Hub and  Corporate Strategy. As COO, Amish has led CRISIL’s acquisitions and change agenda while creating  a growth path for the businesses managed.  

Amish is a Chartered Accountant and was the CFO of Indus Towers prior to joining CRISIL. During his  career, he has held leadership roles in diverse organisations including BP/Castrol India, EY and  ExxonMobil India.  

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