Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG), the global strategy and commercial diplomacy firm, announced today that Sukanti Ghosh has joined the firm as senior vice president and lead of the firm’s South Asia practice.
Ghosh brings more than 25 years’ of experience advising leading corporations, economic development boards, alliances, associations, and civil society organizations on effective engagement with federal and state governments.
“We are delighted to welcome Sukanti to ASG,” said ASG Co-Chair Carlos Gutierrez, who served as U.S. Secretary of Commerce. “The U.S.-India relationship today is of considerable importance to both countries - from the perspective of a valuable economic corridor and in terms of fostering geopolitical stability in the Indo-Pacific region. His counsel will substantially help our clients that seek to enter or grow their presence in the region, as well as those based in South Asia that are interested in expanding overseas.”
As per the release sent out by ASG, in earlier appointments Ghosh led the India operations of APCO Worldwide as managing director, based in Mumbai and Houston. Earlier in his career, he worked in the banking and financial services industry across the Middle East and South Asia, where he built and managed corporate and product brands, launched new institutions and supported M&A efforts.
ASG’s South Asia practise includes senior members based in New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad, and has served clients from Bangladesh to the Maldives, and from Sri Lanka to Afghanistan.