- Chartered Accountant, ICAI
- Executive MBA, The Wharton School
- Certified Mergers & Acquisition Advisor (CM&AA).
- Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)
Areas of specialization
- International Taxation
Suraj Nangia is the Founder and Managing Director at Nangia Andersen India Pvt. Ltd. He did his schooling from the prestigious The Doon School, Dehradun. He is a Commerce graduate from Delhi University, qualified Chartered Accountant and a law graduate. He is an Alum of The Wharton School, UPENN where he completed his executive MBA. He is also a Certified Mergers & Acquisition Advisor (CM&AA).
Suraj possesses over 9 years of extensive professional experience post qualification in handling the international corporate tax matters of domestic/ multi-national enterprises. He has been involved in advising clients on various domestic and international tax matters for mitigating tax exposures and ensuring compliance.
He has served several multi-national and domestic clients in a cross-section of industries on diverse matters relating to entry strategy, acquisitions, business consolidations, re-alignment and exit structures. His experience also encompasses advising clients in the field of corporate M&A, buy-side/sell-side advisory, corporate fund raising (debt and equity syndication) and transaction structuring involving tax, regulatory (FEMA and FDI regulations), corporate law, SEBI and transaction financing issues. Suraj has written a book titled Doing Business in India – Simplified, intended to act as a reference tool for businessmen, entrepreneurs, professionals and executives providing them with necessary information about relevant legislations for setting-up and expanding business in India.
Suraj has been instrumental in the collaboration of Nangia Andersen India Pvt. Ltd. and Andersen Global for India. He has also been instrumental in taking the company internationally with its opening of an office in Singapore and forming alliances in different parts of the world including Singapore, Japan, U.S., UK, China, Netherlands and Germany.