Akshay Dalal









Akshay comes from an Army family and spent his childhood in a boarding school up in the Himalayas or touring India in the holidays. He decided to pursue a bachelors in Engineering and went on to join Deloitte in Technology Risk Consulting in 2012. Currently, he leads a service line in the Middle East region, based out of Dubai. Outside office, Akshay is an avid football and squash player, a field sports enthusiast, and a social worker promoting social development.

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Posted by: on October 21, 2016


Four weeks into #OxfordMBA with 328 amazing individuals, personalities and celebrities, it’s not strange to feel a little less exquisite. How am going to cope up in a class with such individuals, how am I going to get that job against that consulting guy, how am I going to get into that industry with no […]

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Posted by: on August 31, 2016

Making magic happen!

T-3 weeks to MBA Launch. Most of us are busy getting suits tailored, buying new gadgets, travelling around the world, and a few of us are already in Oxford and making the most of it (#Oxfordsummer). Looking forward to an MBA is really exciting – the experience it’ll bring, the values it’ll teach, the bonds […]

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Posted by: on August 1, 2016

As a human, what is your responsibility?

While my cohorts are enjoying their pre-MBA time in their own unique ways, I recently completed a one-week trek to the beautiful Himalayan city of McLeod Ganj. While most of my days were spent climbing and trekking from one mountain to another in the Dhauladhar range, I did take the time to explore the city, […]

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Posted by: on June 20, 2016

The Golden Circle

It’s been eight weeks since my last post, and that’s with good reason. The past couple of months have been the most intense months of my career. While people were winding down and enjoying notice periods, I was in the midst of my finishing a hectic busy season at Deloitte, preparing for my CFA exam, […]

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Posted by: on April 15, 2016

Never Give In

I write this post as an aftereffect of what happened last night at the Liverpool vs Dortmund tie at Anfield. Liverpool overcame a 3-1 deficit in the second half in exuberating fashion and made it to the semis of the Europa League. There are many valuable lessons to be learned from the game, but most […]

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