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Rana Assad Amin
Rana Assad Amin was a civil servant with the Government of Pakistan and has 38 years of experience in financial management, auditing and accounting at his credit. He has served as Special Secretary Ministry of Finance, and was then appointed Adviser to the Minister of Finance, Pakistan in 2012. He has been associated with national budget preparation and execution, and has contributed in financial policy formulation of Pakistan at the highest level. With his vast professional and academic experience, he has represented Pakistan at various national and international forums, including: Corporate Governance, Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Terrorist Financing. He has also been a board member of various Public Sector Organizations.
Rana Assad Amin took the oath of Auditor-General of Pakistan in June 2015. Besides holding the constitutional post of Auditor-General of SAI (Supreme Audit Institution) Pakistan, he is Secretary-General of ECOSAI (Economic Cooperation Organization Supreme Audit Institutions). At the international level, he has also contributed in deliberations of international auditing, and the accounting standards organizations of INTOSAI,ASOSAI and ECOSAI. At the national level, he has undertaken a number of wide-ranging reforms to make Pakistan Audit Department a model Supreme Audit Institution, at par with international standards of performance. He has a Master's degree in International Project Management from Malardalens University, Sweden and has done his MBA from Bradford University, United Kingdom. He also has Master's degrees in Political Science and law.
He has been associated with Oxford Policy Management since 2001. As a Financial Management Specialist / Costing and health financing expert, he has worked in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Georgia, Macedonia and Trinidad and Tobago.