About Us

Raj Gandhi founded GGV in 2011 with a clear vision to become a niche global brand that is trusted by clients to deliver outstanding consulting and executive training in strategic management, finance, treasury, governance and risk. The business model leverages Raj’s considerable expertise and commercial experience and forges alliances with organisations that can add extra value.

In a career that spans 25 years, Raj has worked at board and senior level in SMEs and multinationals across the financial services, energy and retail sectors. Based on this, GGV has built a reputation for effective partnering with clients globally to help address key business issues and priorities, See Consulting. GGV is also renowned for delivering highly pragmatic executive training programmes, see Executive Training.

GGV is very proud of its relationship as a Course Director / Leader for prominent institutions such as the Institute of Directors, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, the Association of Corporate Treasurers and Euromoney for whom it delivers open and in-house courses. Over the past year, Raj has successfully trained over 200 executives globally, see Open Enrolment.

Raj delivers keynote speeches at business events, professional conferences and for university business schools. He was invited to a panel discussion with the ACCA President to debate on how accountants create and manage value. See Speaking.

Drawing on his past experience as Governor at the University of West London and practitioner member of the ACT examination board, Raj is a visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire Business School responsible for their modules on corporate treasury and mergers & acquisitions.

Prior to GGV, Raj was chief financial officer of London Capital Group plc, global treasury audit manager & business analyst (group reporting) for the Royal Dutch Shell plc, finance executive at Man Group plc and treasurer of Empire Stores Group plc, see Raj’s Career.

Raj is a fellow of the ACT, fellow of the ACCA, fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the IoD.