Dr. Nisha Kohli, Ph.D. in Corporate Governance and Valuations, is also a chartered accountant with over 20 years of international practice, training, and consulting experience in corporate finance, governance, and accounting.
She has expertise in corporate governance, financial analysis, balanced scorecard, risk management, and fraud prevention. She also specialises in business valuations and conducts financial due diligence to help companies raise finance through debt or equity and supports organisations in improving their profitability and liquidity.
Dr. Nisha has been training professionals, managers, and leaders in the areas of finance, strategy, governance and fraud, and risk management regionally in India, Japan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Singapore, and Australia. She also developed course material and trained chartered accountants in a course on cross-border valuations for The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Her client list includes MNCs, banks, public sector undertakings, and postgraduate students of universities.
Dr. Nisha was awarded the Corporate Governance Research Scholar award in 2008 from International Corporate Governance Network for her outstanding research in the field of Corporate Governance. She has published a number of corporate governance case studies and research articles in internationally refereed journals. Her case on Governance Failure at Satyam has been one of the top 20 bestselling cases at Harvard Business Publishing. She recently published a case study on Richard Ivey - Corporate Governance Failure of Nissan.