Harsha is a transaction advisory specialist and has more than 20 years of experience with EY in our Southeast Asian offices working in Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) as well as in the Assurance business.
Harsha specializes in valuations, financial modelling, mergers and acquisitions and restructuring. He has led numerous engagements relating to a wide range of clients including private businesses, investment banks, private equity funds, sovereign wealth funds, public listed companies and statutory boards. The nature of these engagements he has led includes provision of advice relating to mergers and acquisitions, due diligence reviews, valuations, financial modelling, debt restructuring and litigation support.
Harsha also plays an active role within EY and has several core responsibilities. He is the Managing Partner for Transaction Advisory Services in the ASEAN region and the Deputy Leader for the same practice in Asia Pacific Area. He pioneered and led the Valuation & Business Modelling practice in the Far East and has been a member of EY’s Global Valuation and Business Modelling Steering Committee. He is regularly consulted on various valuation related issues. ► Harsha’s qualifications and professional affiliations: ► Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka ► Fellow of the Certified Public Accountants, Australia ► Member of the working group, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS UK) ► Fellow, RICS UK ► Member of the Institute of Valuers
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