ICC Advisory was founded in 1999 to provide expert advisory services to international companies with interest in services from India. We work as an independent consultancy firm whose forte is strategic and financial advisory. We function in the role of a confidential and trusted advisor to our clients and add value through our understanding of the local market, business culture and the working environment.
Over the years we have provided services to the following industries as they have emerged in India:
• Insurance - 1999 - 2004
• Telecommunications - 1999-2005
• Call Center and BPO Services - 2000 - 2010
• IT Product Distribution - 2012
• IT Enabled Services - 2012 - to date
• Capital Market - 2013 – 2017
• BPM Services - 2013 - to date
• FinTech Services - 2019 - to date
Currently, we are starting our FinTech advisory services along with our US partner.
Our advisory team consists of professionals with a wide variety of experience and expertise in advising large and medium size clients on their strategic entry in India and in establishing their presence in the most suitable manner. We pride ourselves on the strength of our relationships, the integrity of our advice and a thorough analytical approach to our work.
Each of our team members bring decades of work experience in investment banking, insurance, management consulting, service operations. Also we support our clients through personal relationships with reputed firms for legal, tax, accounting, regulatory compliance and banking requirements.
For FinTech services we are building our relationships. Some of the companies that our US partner has advised are UBS Financial Services, Wells Fargo, Metropolitan Life Insurance, Fidelity Investments and Charles Schwab.
For BPM services we are well represented with senior advisors from US, UK, Philippines, Malaysia, Canada, India who have worked for IBM, Cognizant Technology, Infosys, GE Capital (Genpact), WNS, HCL Technology and Aegis.
For capital market services, our senior advisors have worked with JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, AXA, Citibank, HSBC, Dresdner Kleinwort, CSFB, Price Waterhouse and Arthur Anderson.