A photographic portrait of Vinay Raghunath
I am extremely passionate about creating sustainable value for our clients and being a partner of choice in solving complex business problems.

Vinay Raghunath

EY India Consulting AMI Leader

Passionate about Automotive, Industrial and Consumer Goods. Experience in route-to-market, supply chain, post-merger integration, digital and analytics. Squash player. Curious about Indian history.

Vinay is a partner in Performance Improvement Advisory and leader for the automotive sector for EY in India. He is also responsible for EY’s Performance Improvement services across sectors spanning Advanced Manufacturing, Mobility & Infrastructure (AMI) in India.

With over 17 years of experience in the consumer products and automotive sectors, Vinay has helped build EY’s supply chain and operations practice in India. He has advised clients on strategy and growth, route-to-market, omni-channel, sales and customer service, supply chain, Sales and operations planning (S&OP), earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) improvement, cost optimization, post-merger integration and leveraging analytics for performance improvement.

Prior to joining EY in 2015, Vinay had spent over a decade at a global management consulting firm as a partner. He started his career with a leading FMCG company in India.

Vinay received an MBA from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) and a BE in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli (NIT, Trichy). 

How Vinay is building a better working world

Vinay is passionate about everything Indian – the history, incredible food and rich cultural diversity. He is deeply optimistic about India’s future and believes that everyone can participate in and benefit from India’s growth.

“I am a big believer that a large part of India continues to live in small towns and villages spread across the sub-continent. I get immense gratification from contributions to help a girl child fund her primary education or convert a thatched home to something stronger”.

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