Shri Injeti Srinivas belongs to the 1983 batch of the Indian Administrative Service (Odisha cadre). He retired from the service on superannuation in May 2020 after serving for nearly 37 years in various leadership roles in the Government of India and the Government of Odisha. He is Graduate in Economics (Honours) from the Shriram College of Commerce (University of Delhi) and did his Masters in Business Administration from Srathclyde Graduate Business School (University of Srathclyde, the UK.
Early in his career, as Director looking after Foreign Investment Promotion Board in the erstwhile Union Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (now known as the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade), he was credited for the inclusion of Brownfield foreign direct investment (FDI) as part of the FDI inflows reporting system (which was recommended by a technical committee chaired by him). He was deeply involved in the liberalization of FDI Policy and industrial policy reforms, including placing most sectors under the automatic route and de-licensing most industrial sectors(during the period 1998-2003). As Union Secretary to Government of India in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, he played a key role in the implementation of several major economic reforms carried out by the Government, including the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, which is considered as one of the deepest reforms undertaken in the country that has had a positive impact on the borrowing culture in the country and helped banks to effectively tackle the problem of non-performing assets. He is also credited with taking several initiatives that enhanced the ease of doing business at all stages in the life cycle of a corporate entity (entry, operation, restructuring and exit), including decriminalisation of offences of technical and procedural under the Companies Act. He implemented major initiatives on the corporate governance front, including strengthening the institution of independent directors. He chaired several committees constituted by the Union Government of India, the prominent ones including the Insolvency Law Committee, Competition Law Review Committee, Committee on Decriminalisation of Companies Act and High Level Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility. He is currently a member of the Financial Stability and Development Council (FSDC) and the Sub-committee formed under it.
His domain specialization areas include, among others, corporate law, industrial policy, foreign direct investment, development financing and MSME development. He assumed the responsibility of chairperson of IFSCA on the 9th of July 2020.
Shri Pankaj Jain
Shri Pankaj Jain serves as Additional Secretary, Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. Shri Jain has been associated with various banks and financial institutions including Punjab National Bank, Canara Bank, IDBI Bank, Export Import Bank of India, Small Industries Development Bank of India, National Housing Bank, Mudra Ltd and the National Credit Guarantee Trustee Company (NCGTC) as a Director on their Board. He has also officiated as Managing Director of the Indian Infrastructure Finance Corporation Ltd (IIFCL) and as Chairman of India Infrastructure Finance Corporation (UK) from December, 2017 to May, 2020. Shri Pankaj Jain has been a Member of the HR Khan Committee on Development of Bond Markets and the UK Sinha Committee on MSMEs. His areas of interest include financing and governance.
As IAS Officer of the 1990 batch, he is an alumnus of Shri Ram College of Commerce from where he has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce followed by an MBA from FMS Delhi. He also has a professional qualification in the discipline of accounting as an Associate Member of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India.
Shri Anand Mohan Bajaj
Shri Anand Mohan Bajaj has more than 29 years of experience in the field of Finance, Financial Markets and Economic Affairs. As Additional Secretary, he heads the Financial Markets Division in the Department of Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Finance. His important responsibilities include policy matters relating to
development and regulation of the securities market in India
primary and secondary financial markets for
Derivatives (equity, commodities and foreign exchange etc.)
protection of the interests of investors in securities market
foreign portfolio investments and external commercial borrowings; and
development and regulation of International Financial Services Centre at Gandhinagar
His previously held positions included:
Chair of the Audit Operations Committee at United Nations Board of Auditors at New York
Director General in the office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India
Joint Secretary (Financial Markets) and Director (External Markets), Ministry of Finance
Shri Anand Mohan Bajaj is a CPA (USA) and a Chartered Accountant. He belongs to the 1990 batch of the Indian Audit and Accounts Service.
Smt. T.L. Alamelu
Mrs. T. L. Alamelu joined the general insurance industry in 1983 as a Direct Recruit Officer in The New India Assurance Co. Ltd. At New India Assurance, she has worked in different capacities in the Head Office, Regional Office and Divisional office acquiring in-depth knowledge of ground level operations, as well strategic issues and concerns.
After serving in New India Assurance for over 25 years, upon Promotion she joined United India Insurance Co. Ltd as Deputy General Manager in August 2008 and subsequently got promoted to General Manager October 2012.
In October 2016, she returned to The New India Assurance Company Limited as Director & General Manager, one amongst the youngest Directors and General Managers in the Public Sector General Insurance Companies in India.
She was promoted as Chairman cum Managing Director of Agriculture Insurance Company of India Limited in June 2017 where she served for more than two years. She was the first woman CMD of AIC.
Mrs. Alamelu has extensive knowledge across an entire gamut of subjects. She has worked in providing specialized Insurance covers such as ISRO Satellite launch and ONGC’s offshore assets, and has also handled Property, Casualty, Motor, Marine, Health and Aviation Insurance besides handling Reinsurance.
She has served as a Council Member of the Insurance Institute of India, Mumbai. She has contributed immensely in the field of education and she enjoys engaging with students and young professionals. She has been involved in several training programs and has also been a guest lecturer at the National Insurance Academy of Pune on many occasions. Her passion for sharing knowledge ensures value creation down the line. She has participated actively in panel discussions, symposiums, conferences and other insurance fora.
After serving the General Insurance industry for more than 36 years, Mrs. T L Alamelu joined IRDAI as Member(Non-Life) on July 1st, 2019 and appointed as Ex-Officio Member of International Financial Service Centres Authority (IFSCA) on July 30th, 2020.
Shri Saurav Sinha
Shri Saurav Sinha, a geophysicist by qualification, joined the Reserve Bank in Kolkata in 1988. After a few years of working in the domestic currency management area, he was transferred to Central Office, Mumbai where he worked as a portfolio manager involved with the management of the foreign exchange reserves of the country, as also in the management of the exchange rate of the rupee. On transfer to Bhopal, he was posted to the Department of Banking Supervision, which assignment continued on transfer to Chennai. He then took over as In-Charge of the fledgling Reserve Bank Office at Ranchi before being transferred back to Central Office as head of the newly set-up Corporate Strategy & Budget Department. Thereafter, he was in-charge of Department of Regulation before being promoted as Executive Director and is currently working in the area of Regulation of Commercial banks, Urban Cooperative banks and NBFCs.
Shri Sujit Prasad
Shri Sujit Prasad, presently Executive Director in charge of Market Regulation Department and Department of Debt & Hybrid Securities, has been with SEBI for more than two decades. He has vast experience of working in various SEBI Departments like Investigation, Surveillance, Derivatives, Market Intermediaries’ Supervision, etc.
He has been the co-chair of IOSCO Task Force on OTC Derivative Reforms, Member Secretary of RBI/SEBI Technical Committee on Currency and Interest rate Derivatives and member of various other committees.
Shri Prasad is a graduate in Economics from St. Stephens College, Delhi and Masters in Economics from Delhi School of Economics, Delhi. He also has Masters in Public Policy from National University of Singapore and Columbia University, New York. He is also certified as Financial Risk Manager by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).
Shri Ananta Gopal Das
With a career spanning over 31 years, Shri Ananta Gopal Das is at present Executive Director in PFRDA, looking after large portfolio such as Regulations of all intermediaries under National Pension System (NPS) architecture, Supervision related activities of Pension Funds, he also takes care of marketing, promotion, product development and distribution of NPS in Central and State Govt. employees, Central & State Autonomous bodies, Corporate sector and Private sectors for all citizens of India.
He is in-charge of Atal Pension Yojana – a Pension Scheme of Govt. of India and takes care of its distributions through Banks, RRB, DoP and other service providers.
He is also an active member on various fora and has been representation PFRDA under various platforms like Early Warning Groups of FSDC-SC, financial inclusion and literacy etc.
Prior to this Shri Das had a very enriched banking career in Banks in various capacities for 28years and elevated to General Manager before joining PFRDA as CGM.