T T Ram Mohan
B.Tech (IIT, Mumbai), PGDM (IIM, Calcutta), Ph.D (Stern School, NYU)
Prof. Ram Mohan worked extensively in consultancy and in the financial sector before entering academics. He has been Divisional Manager with Tata Economic Consultancy Services, where he advised firms in the private sector on expansion, diversification and market entry strategies, and carried out policy studies for government and international agencies, including the World Bank, CIDA and the Ministry of Industry, Government of India. He has carried out consulting assignments in India as well as in the Gulf and the Middle East.
Moving subsequently into the financial sector, he worked as Head of Strategic
Development at Standard Chartered Bank, where he helped formulate a long-term strategy for the bank’s operations in India. As Vice President, Bear Stearns Asia
Ltd (Hong Kong), and later as Head of Research at Birla Marlin Securities Ltd, he was responsible for producing equity research on Indian companies and in drawing up market investment strategy.
At various points in time, Prof. Ram Mohan has been a financial journalist. He
was New York Correspondent for The Economic Times, in which capacity he
covered major world events such as the IMF-World Bank meet in Washington
and the GATT round discussions in Montreal. He has also been Economics
Correspondent for India Abroad (New York), and Contributing Editor
(South Asia) with the Financial Times of London's International Reports. For the past five years, he has been writing a fortnightly column for The Economic Times. He has been quoted and interviewed on current economic affairs in the press.
Prof. Ram Mohan specialises in the financial sector. His current research interests include banking sector reforms, privatisation and corporate governance. He has run training programmes for bank executives and given talks on issues in the Indian banking sector at various for a. He was Visiting Faculty at Stern School of Business, NYU in the summer of 2001. In June 2002, he was appointed Member, Technical Advisory Committee on Money and Government Securities Markets, Reserve Bank of India.
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