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Raj Mittal

Lecturer; Founder and Managing Partner, Neural International Partners LLC

Raj Mittal is the Founder & Managing Partner of Neural International Partners, a Consulting firm focused on Risk Advisory and Risk Training activities.  He is also Senior Advisor to the Risk Management & Compliance leadership team at Genpact, a leading global Consulting and BPO firm.

Prior to setting up this venture in 2017, after a global career with Citibank spanning three decades, Raj retired as Managing Director in Risk Management. His career at Citi covered various roles including:


  • Head of Risk and Regulatory Capital Allocations in New York
  • Institutional Banking Head of Operational Risk Analytics in New York
  • Chief Operating Officer for the Middle East Region, Bahrain
  • Senior Banker, Financial Institution, Bahrain
  • Senior Banker, Corporate Banking, New Delhi, India


Raj is a specialist in Enterprise Risk Management. At Citi, he pioneered the high impact application of ERM principals to Business and established the Algorithmic Trading Risk Management program for Citi Capital Markets. He has been an invited speaker on ERM topics at several forums:

  • The GARP Operational Risk Forum, New York
  • Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance, Bahrain
  • American Society of Actuaries Annual meeting, New York
  • IBBM Basel II Conference, Kuala Lumpur
  • NYU Stern Graduate School of Business, New York


Throughout his career, Raj has followed his passion for teaching and was involved in several Corporate Training initiatives at Citi.  Early in his career, he also worked as Lecturer in Economics at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University.



  • M.B.A., Stern School of Business, NYU
  • M.A., Economics, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University
  • B.A., Economics, Hindu College, Delhi University