Analjith Singh was born on 11th january, 1954. He founded Ranbaxy Laboratories and is the eldest child of Bhai Mohan Singh. He had two siblings, Manjit and Parvinder Singh. He received his education at Doon School in Dehradun. He pursued his business degree at Shriram College of Commerce. He graduated from the graduate school of management at Boston University with an MBA. The Ranbaxy family business gave him his start in life.
|Name||Analjit Singh-Founder and Chairman of Max Group|
|Born||January 11th, 1954 in Delhi|
|Education||Shri Ram College of Commerce, Boston University|
|Parents||Bhai Mohan Singh|
|Awards||Padma Bhushan (2011)|
Analjit Singh founded Max Healthcare, Max Bupa Health Insurance Company Ltd and Max Life Insurance. He also serves as their executive chairman. The Max Group has a reputation for providing excellent customer service and has had fruitful joint ventures with a number of eminent companies, including the New York Life Insurance Company in the United States and Mitsui Sumitomo & Toppan in Japan. Bupa Plc, Life Healthcare, DSM, Netherlands, Hutchison Whampoa, Motorola, Lockheed Martin, and other companies were some of its earlier partners. He is a member of the US-India Joint CEOs Forum under the Prime Minister. He holds executive positions in a number of well-known Indian companies, including Vodafone Essar, Tata Tea, the Industrial Development Bank of India, and Hero Honda Motors. Many businessmen look up to his diligence and dedication to his work. He was a successful businessman who shared the same zeal for his goals as his contemporaries. Because of his ideas, his company is now better at changing trends.
Analjit was left with a factory in Okhla when the company was divided in 1989. His older brother, Parvinder, received the company, while Manjit Singh received the real estate portion. He once provided his employees with a voluntary retirement plan funded by his own earnings. From Hong Kong, he joined Hutchison Telecommunications, where he obtained radio and cellular paging services in India. The business started to make money. He intended to make it a national event by doing this, but he was unsuccessful. Hutch, his business partner, had some concerns about the licensing fee and thought it was excessive. He then invested the remaining funds in healthcare and life insurance. He made a profit by selling his assets to raise money for his new company. He implemented a solid business plan along with a reliable approach.He is married and has three children.
In addition to serving as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, India’s oldest and most esteemed engineering college, The Indian School of Business’s Founder Executive Board (IBS) includes Mr. Analjit Singh, India’s top-ranked B-School. The Doon School is a prestigious boarding school in India.
Awards and Achievements
- Analjit has demonstrated that he has a strong personality and innovative philanthropic ideas.He is the Max India Foundation’s Chairperson and its Principal Beneficiary (MIF). It is a company that collaborates with numerous NGOs.It provides excellent healthcare services to help the underprivileged kids.
- He was given a prize by the Indian American Center for Political Awareness, presented by Senator Hillary Clinton (IACPA).
- He received the Padma Bhushan from the Indian President in 2011.
- In 2012, he was awarded the Golden Peacock award for his contributions to society.