Board of Directors
Rohit Arora - Chairman
Rohit Arora has over two decades of experience in business process outsourcing, investment banking and management consulting. He has advised Fortune 1000 corporations on their India entry strategy including identifications, negotiations and selection of joint venture partners. Rohit is also the Founder Director of AR Credit, a transaction processing company focused on the domestic BPO market, specializing in residential mortgage processing. This company has been providing services to leading multinational banks and telecom companies for about 15 years. Rohit has complete familiarity with the issues involved in the processes in retail banking space. He was earlier the Managing Director of AIA Capital India Pvt. Ltd, the investment banking arm of AIG - American International Group. He was responsible for setting up AIA in India. The company is engaged in providing investment banking and corporate finance services to corporates in India and overseas. Earlier, he was a Consultant with A.F. Ferguson & Co. (former correspondents of KPMG in India), wherein he gained exposure to management consulting especially in the areas of systems design / implementation and organization studies. During the course of this assignment, he handled consulting assignments for the World Bank, Indian Armed forces, multinational corporations and large Indian public sector corporations. Rohit is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Akshay Saluja – Executive Director
Part of the start-up team at Arcis , Akshay has been leading the teams renewed focus into the Indian BPO market since March 2009. He has over 25 years of experience in transaction processing, business planning & analysis and BPR/ERP implementation. Akshay led the delivery team at Silverskills as head of Operations from 2001onwards and helped design and implement a robust delivery platform, which enabled the company to penetrate further into both new and existing clients. Two years spent with A R Credit at the outset of his career saw him handling multiple processes on credit cards, mortgages and other retail financial products with India’s first and world’s leading MNC bank.
After successfully establishing the BPO practice with Arcis, Akshay joined the Indian arm of Bausch and Lomb Inc. What followed was a very rich 10-year stint which, among other things, saw Akshay realign the entire accounting and reporting framework with the parent to match the altered status of the company as a subsidiary, work closely with the shared services centers providing accounting services to Bausch and Lomb globally and also be a part of the team that led the lengthy and complicated accounting for the Indian part of the divestment of the sunglasses business (Ray Ban) to Luxottica Inc., later heading the finance function for the same in India.
A graduate in commerce from the University of Delhi, Akshay is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.