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Welcome to V. Sankar Aiyar & Co. (VSA) - A Trusted Name among Chartered Accountants


Since 1952, VSA has been providing professional services. As a leading Chartered Accountancy firm, we are committed to maintain professional ethics.

VSA renders its professional service with a team of 16 dedicated partners and over 15
0  professionals, operating from strategically located offices in Mumbai, New Delhi, and Chennai,. Our Mumbai headquarters serves as the central hub for seamless service delivery across New Delhi and Chennai.

As a large and well-established Chartered Accountancy firm, we offer a comprehensive range of services, including audit assurance and attestation, tax services, Advisory,  Regulatory Compliance and Valuation. With a deep understanding of the evolving Standards, Regulations and financial landscape, we provide expert guidance and solutions tailored to meet client’s specific needs.

At VSA, we believe in simplifying complex matters and delivering professional service with a personal touch. Our team of skilled professionals is equipped with the knowledge and experience to navigate the intricacies of the industry and provide with reliable insights and recommendations.


The founder of the firm, late V. Sankar Aiyar hailed from Karugudi, a village in the Thanjavur District of Tamil Nadu. In the pre-independence period, he was a Partner of Iyer & Co., in Lahore (then part of undivided India and now part of Pakistan) founded by late P.N.S. Iyer, a doyen of the profession at that time. Late Sankar Aiyar shifted to Delhi in the year 1946 and started his own practice as a proprietor of V. Sankar Aiyar & Co. till 1952 whereafter he decided to retire from profession. He entrusted the practice and the goodwill to three of his colleagues, Mr. Y. Kuppuswamyya, Mr. S. Srikrishna Ayyar and Mr. A. Venkateswaran, who continued the practice in partnership and continued the profession in the name and style of V. Sankar Aiyar & Co.

He had a brilliant analytical mind, which could create a lasting impression in the mind of clients and others by his professional competence and high degree of ethical conduct. He was generous to the core to his colleagues, employees and others whoever came into contact with him. He was the founder of the first South Indian Temple – Ganeshji Mandir – in the heart of Delhi in the year 1952. He died in harness at a young age of 46 on 12th May 1953 in an air accident near Delhi.



Venkatraman Srinivasan

Audit assurance | Tax Advisory | Corporate Advisory | Valuation of Shares/ Companies | Independent Director in Companies

Nagabushanam Srivatsan

Audit assurance | Ind AS

G Sankar

Audit assurance | Ind AS | Domestic Transfer pricing

Asha Jayantibhai Patel

Audit assurance | Ind AS

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