Suveer Khanna is a Partner in KPMG in India’s forensic practice. He leads the forensic financial services team and has over two decades of experience of working in the U.K., the Middle East and the Indian sub-continent. He is a regular speaker on topics related to financial crime compliance.
He has authored the India chapter for LexisNexis’s global guide ‘Money Laundering, Asset forfeiture and recovery and compliance’. Suveer was selected by Texas A&M University School of Law, USA to author the India chapter.
He contributes regularly to the firm’s thought leadership initiatives and news publications. He has published various articles and thought leadership communication pieces in leading journals and authored KPMG in India’s key publications related to financial crime like ‘COVID-19 frauds and scams’, ‘The insider threat – safeguarding UPSI’, ‘The colour of money – black and white’ and ‘Framework for loan fraud’ amongst others.
Suveer is a Chartered Accountant; Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist, UK; Member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, USA; Member, ASSOCHAM National Council for Capital Markets and Ex-member of CII Committee on Integrity & Transparency in Governance (for the last three consecutive years).
Bachelor of Commerce (Hons), Delhi University, India
Chartered Accountant Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)
Member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, USA
Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist, U.K.
Member of CII Committee on Integrity & Transparency in Governance