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29-30, 2013

Mr. Ranjit Shastri
Director, Stern Fisher Angel Network

Ranjit Shastri is a Director of the Stern Fisher Angel Network, a global network of business leaders, professionals and investors who believe that angel investing needs to be fair, patient, and genuinely supportive of the aspirations of young startups. Stern Fisher has collaborated with CNBC to run the Stern Fisher-CNBC Startup Funding Challenge for ventures that have the potential to transform India.

Mr. Shastri is the Indian joint venture partner of X-PM, a leading global provider of implementation and project management services, and has served as a director of multinational organizations such as Vickers Systems India Ltd., the engineering and automotive subsidiary of Eaton Corporation (NYSE: ETN).

Mr. Shastri served as the Executive Director of the Indian Venture Capital Association and co-founded PSi, an advisor to foreign investors, including venture capital firms, private equity firms, limited partners and strategic investors. Prior to co-founding PSi, Mr. Shastri was a management consultant, first at Bain & Co. in Boston, then McKinsey & Company in New York.

Mr. Shastri has written a monthly column for two of India’s leading business magazines, Business Today and Business World, and has served as a visiting faculty member at the Management Development Institute. He has also conducted numerous training programs, including those organized by the European Venture Capital Association, the Indian Venture Capital Association and the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

Mr. Shastri earned an M.B.A. in Finance from the Wharton School, and a B.Sc. in applied mathematics from Yale University. He continues to work closely with Yale in expanding its engagement with India.



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