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Issue Date: February 2012, Posted On: 2/23/2012

Krishna named director at Deloitte & Touche
Dilip Krishna has joined Deloitte & Touche LLP as a director in the firm’s New York office. Krishna, skilled in risk information architecture and data management, has a deep understanding of the business and risk management process, including 20 years of experience serving the financial services industry, the firm said.

He joins a team of Deloitte professionals focused on building risk architecture/technology infrastructure solutions, including the delivery of core services such as risk systems architecture, metadata management, and risk and capital data management.

“Dilip’s technical background, marketplace eminence and banking relationships distinctively position him in this space,” said Kevin McGovern, managing partner of governance, regulatory and risk strategies at Deloitte & Touche. “Dilip is one of the rare seasoned professionals who have a deep understanding of financial services industry risk information architecture and data management end-to-end, and, simultaneously, a thorough appreciation and command of the business and risk management process.”

“I am excited to join Deloitte at such a dynamic time in the financial services industry,” said Krishna. “Deloitte offers a tremendous breadth of human and knowledge capital, and I am looking forward to bringing these to bear with our clients to help solve the difficult problems that will preserve the strength and vitality of the U.S. financial services industry in the future.”

Krishna previously served as a partner with Teradata Corp. leading its professional services team for banking and capital markets in the northeast. In 2011, Krishna provided expert testimony to the U.S. Committee on Financial Services on TARP transparency and the implementation of the Office of Financial Research within the U.S. Treasury Department. Specifically, Krishna has urged the use of tried-and-true data management and analytic technologies to make governmental oversight more efficient and effective. He was director of risk management and capital markets, and led risk management consulting for Teradata Americas in the U.S. and Canada. He joined Teradata in 2005.

From 2002 to 2004, Krishna was chief architect of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's Basel II program. He was also previously employed at TD Securities and CIBC World Markets where he implemented trading platforms for various products.

Krishna has a bachelor’s of technology degree in engineering physics from the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay, India. He also earned a master’s degree in biomedical engineering from Ohio State University. Krishna is a Chartered Financial Analyst. His professional affiliations include the Global Association of Risk Professionals, the Professional Risk Managers International Association, and the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute.

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