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Roopank Chaudhary

Associate Partner & India Head McLagan Aon Hewitt

Roopank Chaudhary is an Associate Partner with Aon Hewitt and the India Head for McLagan (Financial Institutions Practice). He is also the Regional Insurance Head for McLagan for Asia Pacific.

Roopank manages key client relationships with Financial Institutions including multinational/investment banks, private sector banks, public sector banks, insurance/asset management companies, non-banking financial companies and financial services conglomerates for Aon Hewitt. He is responsible for client development for all of Aon’s solutions including rewards, engagement, talent & performance, HR technology as well as leadership consulting for the FI industry. His key solution areas include rewards strategy, structuring and benchmarking, job description & evaluation, organization structuring, employee engagement, and HR set up. He has worked with clients in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Mauritius, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and the Middle East.

He is also the editor of the Aon Hewitt Total Rewards Quarterly (TRQ) Magazine, a quarterly publication showcasing thought leadership and trends in the Rewards Consulting space in India.

Roopank has authored various articles and shared perspectives on management issues in leading Indian media publications like Business Standard, Business Today, Huffington Post, Business Insider etc. and regularly contributes white papers and articles on HR. He also partners with leading industry forum as a thought leader, and is a speaker in several annual seminars and HR forums.

Prior to his tenure at Aon Hewitt, Roopank spent four years in Retail and Corporate Banking.  He was an Asst. Vice President in the Corporate & Investment Bank at HSBC in Delhi managing a portfolio of large Indian private sector corporates as well as key MNC clients.

He has a Master’s in Business Administration from Indian Institute of Management, Indore, a Bachelor in Economics from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi and a Post Graduate Degree in Journalism from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication.

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08/01/2016 8:32 AM IST