Consulting firm Accuracy opens office in India

20 January 2012

Accuracy, a specialist in the area of financial advisory and transaction services, has opened a new office in New Delhi, India. It is Accuracy’s first office in Asia. Accuracy India is led by Sumit Khosla, who made the transfer from Mazars, where he was Head of the Indian Corporate Finance practice.

Accuracy was founded in 2004 by a group of old employees from Arthur Andersen in France. Over the past eight years it has grown strongly to circa 210 consultants, divided over establishments in 4Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam, Milan, Frankfurt, Brussels, London, Munich, Rome, Quebec, Montreal and New Delhi. Its Dutch office was opened in 2007 and is currently being led by Leontine Koens-Betz.


Managing Partner of the Indian office is Sumit Khosla, who for the past four years headed the Corporate Finance practice of Mazars India. Prior to that he worked for more than ten years for PPR Group, a French multinational that owns dozens of luxury, sport & lifestyle and retail brands. Khosla started his career in 1993 with PricewaterhouseCoopers Paris as a financial auditor, before moving to PwC London as a Manager within the Transaction Services department.

During the opening, Khosla unveiled ambitious growth plans of the New Delhi office. Within a few months he wants to have 10 consultants in service and by the end of 2012 the team should have grown to twenty advisors.


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