Rana Assad Amin took the oath of Auditor-General of Pakistan in June 2015, after serving for more than thirty eight years in various positions including accounting, auditing and public financial management. He has been associated with budget preparation and execution in Finance Division and has contributed in financial policy formulation of Pakistan, at the highest level. His last assignment was Advisor to the Finance Minister. With his vast professional and academic experience, he has represented Pakistan at various national and international forums including Corporate Governance, Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Terrorist Financing. He has also been on boards of various Public Sector Organizations. Besides holding the constitutional post of Auditor-General of SAI (Supreme Audit Institution) Pakistan, he is Secretary-General of ECOSAI (Economic Cooperation Organization Supreme Audit Institutions). At the international level, he has also contributed in deliberations of international auditing and accounting standards organizations of INTOSAI and ECOSAI. At the national level, he has undertaken a number of wide-ranging reforms to make Pakistan Audit Department a model Supreme Audit Institution at par with international standards of performance. He has a Master's degree in Project Management from Malardalens University, Sweden and has done his MBA from Bradford University, United Kingdom. He also has a Master's degree in Political Science and is a law graduate.