About us phtt February 6, 2020

  • Integrated Master’s Degree in Engineering from BITS, Pilani and a PGDM in Finance from Symbiosis, Pune.
  • More than 27 years of professional experience across Corporate Finance, Investment Banking and Investor Relations having cutting his teeth at firms like ABB India, NM Rothschild, Tionale Enterprises and Satyam computers.
  • Before steering IR practice at EY, he headed Christensen India IR operations over the last 14 years and has successfully scaled the business to over 65+ clients.
Diwakar Pingle
  • V.P. Rajesh. has been in the capital markets since 1991, first as an IT consultant (at Citicorp Overseas Software) and then as an Investment Banker for over 10 years specializing in mergers and acquisitions. During his banking career with J.P. Morgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, Piper Jaffray and Thomas Weisel Partners in New York and San Francisco, he focused on technology, media, telecom and healthcare sectors and completed transactions worth over $27 billion.
  • V.P. Rajesh relocated to India in July 2007 and started re investing in the Indian stock market from March 2008 onward. He started Banyan Capital Advisors in New Delhi in November 2011 to manage outside capital using investment principles espoused by likes of Graham, Buffett, Munger, Klarman and Lynch. V.P. is an MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross Business School with a distinction and has a B.E. (Hons.) degree from BITS, Pilani, India. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst(CFA) from The CFA Institute, US.
Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan
  • Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan is the founder of Public Health Technologies Trust a primary Health care company that works to improve access to healthcare through smart diagnostics he is also a senior research scholar and lecturer at Princeton Environmental Institute and Director of the Centre for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy in Washington DC.
  • Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan has also served on President Obama's council of advisors on science and technology antimicrobial resistance working group and is a voting member of the US Presidential Advisory Council on Combating Antimicrobial Resistance. He is series editor of the third edition of Disease Control Priorities for Developing Countries. In 2019 he received the Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences Distinguished Alumnus Award.
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Neither money nor technology alone can improve access to comprehensive, quality
health care services. PHTT acts as a bridge between fundraisers and technology
providers. PHTT uses state-of-the-art diagnostic solutions and ecosystems, design
tools and cloud technology to empower the Indian population to obtain better
health delivery. Individuals are trained and equipped with above mentioned
ecosystems to be social health entrepreneurs. Using these solutions corporates can
also contribute to various health initiatives launched by the government like
Anemia Mukt Bharat. PHTT can help organizations with complete outsourcing of
their corporate social responsibility (CSR) from initiation, planning, execution,
performance monitoring to project closure.

By bringing together disciplines of engineering, system design, usability, designers,
and public health specialists, PHTT aims to define a comprehensive methodology
for the development of appropriate technologies for public health. PHTT also aims
to develop research centers for affordable health technologies and global health
affordable technologies.
PHTT has expertise in researching, planning, training, and executing. Since 2014,
Public Health Technologies Trust has executed many projects and has successfully
made a positive impact on the health and livelihood of many people in the far-flung

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Public Health Technologies Trust (PHTT), a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to the deployment of affordable health technologies for the public good.

Since 2014, Public Health Technologies Trust has executed numerous projects and has successfully made a positive impact on the health and livelihood of many people in far-flung areas.