Sofyan Yusufi is a senior advisor at the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center, as well as principal (equity partner) in Deloitte, US Government and Public Services (GPS). Yusufi serves as Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory’s leader for the International Development Organizations (IDO) practice. IDO includes clients such as the US Agency for International Development (USAID), International Monetary Fund, United Nations, US Export Import Bank, US Trade Development Agency, and the US International Development Finance Corporation. Yusufi is also the global lead business partner for the USAID account.

From 2020 to 2022, Yusufi served as the US GPS market offering leader for the Regulatory, Compliance, and Operational Risk Transformation practice, where he was responsible for services spanning across government and public sector transformation, regulatory transformation, compliance, anticorruption, operations modernization, mission analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning-aided models, and credit risk advisory. Yusufi is passionate about transforming government and public services by bringing the best and brightest ideas to solve humanity’s biggest challenges. From 2016 to 2018, Yusufi led Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory’s GPS Blockchain practice.

Yusufi believes that equity, inclusion, and equality should be at the core of everything the world does; he serves as a mentor for US Pakistan Women’s Council, an organization dedicated to the wellbeing and inclusion of women in Pakistan. Yusufi routinely provides commentary and analysis on world economics, emerging digital trends and public policy, and governance.