Anasuya Sanyal

Associate Director

Delhi

Anasuya has conducted and delivered dozens of business intelligence and due diligence investigations in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. She currently oversees a team of consultants and researchers across Control Risks’ New Delhi and Mumbai offices.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Business Intelligence
  • Due Diligence
  • Resolving Critical Issues and Crises


Anasuya has conducted and delivered dozens of business intelligence and due diligence investigations in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. She currently oversees a team of consultants and researchers across Control Risks’ New Delhi and Mumbai offices.


Some of her recent projects have included:
  • Assisting a European manufacturing client with allegations of employee collusion, IP and equipment theft and other wrongdoing in India.
  • Conducting reputational due diligence into a prominent and politically connected Bangladesh conglomerate.
  • Conducting a due diligence exercise on a potential business partner for a large Asian company with diversified business interests looking to invest in Nepal’s telecom sector.

Prior to joining Control Risks, Anasuya was a broadcast journalist for Channel NewsAsia where she had extensive experience reporting from Myanmar. She was the first foreign reporter to have a one-on-one interview with Myanmar President Thein Sein following the country's reforms. She also hosted the six-part documentary series The New Myanmar, which looked at the country's return from international isolation.

She has a Certification in Broadcast Production from New York University, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, a Master of Arts in Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College, and a Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature from Smith College. She speaks English, Italian, Bengali and French.


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