A Retired IAS and at present a vice chairman of United Nations Board of Auditors has a wide experience of over 42 years and is well placed to advise and guide the Company in the discharge of its functions, including financial governance, corporate law, audit, and good corporate governance.
He is a 13th Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) had the experience of auditing various transactions of both State and Central Government across all Departments and Ministries.
Held the position of Home and Finance Secretary of Government of India.
He served as the Principal Secretary Finance, and the Chief Secretary in Rajasthan where he gathered good understanding about functioning of the State Government, Centre-State relations, and of fiscal federalism which was accentuated by his experience as the Union Finance Secretary. He was pivotally involved in the important reforms of setting up the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), and enactment of the Indian Bankruptcy Code (IBC).
During his stint as Joint Secretary, Department of Company Affairs, he was involved in the enactment of the Competition Act, and re-writing the Companies Act, 1956 which gave him a great exposure about functioning of companies and Companies law.
He has also served as Government Nominee Director in various Companies.