Amit Srivastav



Amit Srivastav is an accomplished Senior Executive and Thought Leader with more than 19 years of success across the financial services industry. Leveraging extensive experience in risk management and independent assessments, he is a valuable advisor for an organization requiring an assessment or developing an audit committee. His broad areas of expertise include financial modeling, risk management, credit risk analysis, governance, strategy, digitization, machine learning, and finance.

Throughout his executive career, Amit has held leadership positions with Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, and Barclays Capital.


Executive Director - Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley

  • Grew and retained a global quantitative team responsible for independent assessment of model risk across the Firm
  • Built and executed strategy to assess model risk including model risk governance, reporting, development and model validation

2013 - 2015

Audit Director - Bank of America

Bank of America

  • Stabilized and maintained the team after a change in senior leadership
  • Established global services coverage across Europe and the Americas

2012 - 2013

Senior Audit Manager, Counterparty Credit Risk Audit - Bank of America

Bank of America

  • Managed all counterparty credit risk processes across global markets
  • Led reviews to test compliance with Basel II Rules
  • Represented an audit in the key management/steering committees

2009 - 2012

Quantitative Finance Manager, Preventive Risk Audit - Bank of America

Bank of America

  • Developed weekly dashboards to summarize risk and other key metrics
  • Established the continuous monitoring of risk
  • Provided independent risk assessments and insight on key areas for the audit leadership team

I’m Available To Advise On The Following Subjects

People Management

Audit Committee


Regulatory Compliance

Company or executive-specific business strategy

Business advice related to my role at my company

Feedback on my company’s product/service

Input and advice on a key project