Krishnan Ranganathan is a Chartered Accountant from India with more than 15 years of experience in the Banking and Financial Services industry. He is also an alumnus of the Harvard Business School having worked as a Consultant in London and Tokyo for investment banks like BofA-Merrill Lynch, RBS and Goldman Sachs to name a few. He has worked on multiple regulatory projects, most significantly in MiFID-I, Basel-III and Dodd Frank. In his current role, he is the Head of Risk Finance Change in Nomura India responsible for the successful delivery of the multi-million dollar BCBS-239 program on Risk Data Aggregation and Reporting in addition to execution of other Risk/Finance Regulatory projects like FRTB, IFRS-9 etc. Immediately prior to this, he was the EMIR Program Director, responsible for firm-wide EMIR implementation with specialization across Clearing; Margin and Collateral; Confirmations; Portfolio Reconciliation and Dispute Resolution; Trade Reporting and Client Assets Segregation. He is also an active member of the Mumbai Chapter of Harvard Business School alumni association. He is a regular speaker at various industry forums globally on capital markets-related and regulatory topics.