Amit Narayan

Partner

Delhi

Amit Narayan is a Partner at Control Risks and leads the India and South Asia business. Based in New Delhi, Amit has supported a wide range of private and public-sector clients with designing, developing and implementing risk-mitigation strategies.

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Amit Narayan is a Partner at Control Risks and leads the India and South Asia business. Based in New Delhi, Amit has supported a wide range of private and public-sector clients with designing, developing and implementing risk-mitigation strategies. He has over two decades of experience with helping clients with crisis management and reputational risk mitigation plans. He has advised clients on political and regulatory risk, pre-investment risk, public policy, labour disputes and stakeholder mapping across the sub-continent. 

He manages many of our most senior client relationships in India, as well as those with our partners and associates, and holds a seat on the Asia Pacific Regional Executive Committee. 

Amit joined Control Risks in 2018 from Edelman India where he served as the National Reputation Lead and Executive Vice President. Prior to joining Edelman, he managed Vodafone Group Enterprise’s Asia Pacific external communications and, prior to that, worked as Business Manager to the Managing Director of the Network & Services business unit within Vodafone Global Enterprise. He was also responsible for driving all external and internal communications across Asia Pacific for The Walt Disney Company's integrated media distribution business and Cable & Wireless Singapore. 

Amit holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Shri Ram College of Commerce and a master’s degree in Business Economics from Delhi University.

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