Mr. Bajaj focuses on valuations, tax controversy, and transfer pricing matters, with a particular interest in financial institutions, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices. In addition to his consulting work, he writes about the intersection of economics, finance, and international affairs as a columnist for India’s largest English-language daily, The Times of India.

Prior to joining Brattle, Mr. Bajaj gained experience as a pathways operations manager intern at Amazon, a transfer pricing consultant at a Big Four accounting firm, and an intern with the United Nations. While studying at Cornell, he was designated as an Emerging Markets Fellow.

Practices
Education

Cornell University, Johnson School of Management, MBA

Texas A&M University, Master’s in International Affairs (International Development)

Institute of Technology & Management, BTech in Information Technology

Languages

Hindi

Punjabi

Personal Interests

In his free time, Nitin likes to run and play tennis.