Dr. Suresh Surana addressed 100+ management students at The Faculty of Management Studies - University of Delhi, on invite by the prestigious institute, as Guest Speaker for their Leadership Talk series.
Often cited as one of the best business schools in India, Faculty of Management Studies, New Delhi (commonly known as FMS Delhi) is ranked 9 amongst all the Business Schools in India by The Business Today 2022. It is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and is the founding member of the Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA).
Acknowledgement from FMS, Delhi:
Dr. Surana is an accomplished professional, holds designations as a Chartered Accountant, a Law Graduate, and a PhD in Business Administration. He has been a driving force in the establishment and growth of RSM India, guiding the organization to its current position as India's largest first-generation home-grown accounting and consulting group. With a widespread presence across 12 cities and a workforce exceeding 3,000 individuals, RSM India has held membership in RSM International since 1996. Dr. Surana's specialized expertise lies in International Taxation and Corporate Advisory Services. He excels in cultivating relationships at the promoter, board, and CXO levels, spanning influential conglomerates and emerging first-generation businesses. His influential contributions extend to board roles in both listed and private companies, while his insights find a platform in esteemed publications such as Forbes Advisor, Taxmann, and the Economic Times. Dr. Surana's authoritative voice resonates on prestigious Indian business channels like CNBC and ET Now, and other public forums, where he serves as a distinguished panelist, particularly in discussions related to taxation.
Dr. Surana spent his valuable time with our students sharing his thoughts and experiences on The First Step: Starting from Ground Zero. We extend our heartfelt thanks for the insightful session and really look forward to hosting you on campus again.”