Rahmat Amanullah

Associate Director

Delhi

Rahmat Amanullah is Associate Director in Control Risks’ South Asia practice. Based in Delhi, she focuses on complex problem solving and anti-bribery and corruption related investigative assignments covering compliance reviews, business intelligence, integrity due diligence and litigation support.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Business Intelligence
  • Corruption Risk Assessment & Analysis
  • Internal Controls & Monitoring


Rahmat Amanullah is Associate Director in Control Risks’ South Asia practice. Based in Delhi, she focuses on complex problem solving and anti-bribery and corruption related investigative assignments covering compliance reviews, business intelligence, integrity due diligence and litigation support.


Recent assignments that Rahmat has managed include:
  • A compliance review of an international alcoholic beverage company’s operations in India facing systemic bribery demands from public officials. In addition to drafting guidelines and providing practical training to aid employees in resisting such demands, Rahmat provided strategic advice and support to the company’s CEO on a daily basis for an extended period of time.
  • An anti-bribery and corruption risk assessment on a telecommunication infrastructure company in South Asia in order to identify external and internal threats that could pose a regulatory and reputational risk to the acquirer.
  • A large-scale intelligence gathering, stakeholder mapping and forensic review exercise to support a UK-based international construction company whose India business was undergoing heavy scrutiny and adverse action by an Indian regulator.
  • Rahmat was previously responsible for devising and implementing the marketing and communications strategy for Control Risks’ South Asia business.


Prior to joining Control Risks, Rahmat served as an independent consultant to several investors in the food processing, automotive, manufacturing and energy sectors, providing expert advice on their investment strategies in the eastern Indian state of Bihar. Before that, she spent several years with a Mumbai-based conglomerate, the Mahindra Group, where she worked in a variety of sales, marketing and strategy roles. Rahmat also has experience in national and state-level politics, having managed the election campaign for a candidate contesting the national elections in 2014 and the Bihar state elections in 2010.

She is an economics graduate and an MBA from the Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development in Pune. She is fluent in English, Hindi and Urdu.

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