Rajat Kumar Gupta is a prominent Indian-American businessman and former corporate officer, board director and strategic advisor to a variety of notable public- and private-sector institutions.
He is the first Indian-born CEO of a global corporation and served for nearly a decade as managing director of McKinsey and Company. He was a member of the board of directors of Goldman Sachs, Procter and Gamble, American Airlines, Harman International, and Genpact, among others.
He was also active in other public sector institutions, including co-founder of the Indian School of Business and the America India Foundation and chairman of The Global Fund for AIDS, Malaria, and TB and special advisor to the United Nations.
Co-Founder and Chairman
2007 - Current (almost 10 years)
|Jun 7, 2016||Business Standard (India) - McKinsey's secret $5-billion fund in spotlight: Financial Times|
|May 6, 2016||Financial Express - Rajat Gupta wants conviction in insider trading case overturned|
|Mar 14, 2016||Financial Express - Rajat Gupta released after completing 2-year prison term|
|Mar 2, 2016||Economic Times - New Silk Route, Pradeep Guha in talks with Sony to sell 9X Media|
|Feb 5, 2016||Financial Express - US court to rehear Rajat Gupta’s appeal against conviction|
|Feb 5, 2016||Cranes New York - Tech - De Blasio's State of the City|
|Feb 4, 2016||Cranes Chicago - Rajat Gupta's insider-trading conviction to get a new review|
|Feb 4, 2016||Cranes New York - Tech - Rajat Gupta gets new review of insider-trading conviction|