Sachin Sudhanshu – Bringing twelve years of diverse interdisciplinary experience to Siecap

Since joining specialist project management and advisory firm Siecap in 2016, Sachin Sudhanshu has become well-known for his ability to thoroughly understand a broad range of businesses, their clients and the markets they operate in.

Armed with a Bachelor of Engineering in Mining, a Masters of Business Administration in Banking and Finance, and over twelve years’ industry experience in both operational and consulting roles in Australia and Overseas; Sachin is a welcome addition to Siecap’s team of highly-skilled consultants.


In his role as Senior Mining Analyst, Sachin provides market analysis, economic modelling and investment evaluation, cost curves, project studies and technical reporting services for numerous clients in the mining, infrastructure and energy resources sectors.

“My key strengths include the ability to work in cross-functional teams, techno-commercial acumen, understanding clients’ needs and successfully delivering projects within the stipulated time frame,” explains Sachin.
When asked what his biggest career achievement to date has been, Sachin points to the diverse experience he has managed to accumulate.

“From working in operational roles, such as mining engineer in the world’s largest open-pit lead zinc mine, to consulting to numerous global mining companies and financial investors for several commodities, I have gained wide-ranging knowledge,” he says.

According to Sachin, the most challenging aspect of his career to date has been managing clients’ expectations to perfection, but he is quick to state that this is also the most enjoyable part of his work.

Siecap Advisory Director Manish Garg said Sachin Sudhanshu is a personable and professional member of the team, who is highly regarded for his ability to comfortably interact with others across all levels of the business.
“Sachin is results oriented and understands the importance of strong working relationships with all stakeholders to achieve the best outcomes,” Mr Garg said.