Anand Mahindra

About Anand Mahindra

Birth Day: May 01, 1955
Birth Place: Mumbai, India, India
Birth Sign: Gemini
Residence: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Alma mater: Lawrence School, Lovedale Harvard University Harvard Business School
Occupation: Chairman of Mahindra Group
Spouse(s): Anuradha Mahindra.
Parent(s): Harish Mahindra (father) Indira Mahindra (mother)
Website: www.mahindra.com

Anand Mahindra Net Worth

Anand Mahindra was bornon May 01, 1955 in Mumbai, India, India. Anand Mahindra is the third generation scion of the Mahindra clan and chairs the $19 billion (revenue) Mahindra & Mahindra conglomerate. The group's operations span 20 industries from auto to information technology to real estate. Mahindra is best known for its tractors and its sports utility vehicles, such as the Scorpio and Bolero. Anand Mahindra also owns a small but valuable stake in Kotak Mahindra Bank.
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💰 Net worth: $1.93 Billion (Updated at 22 June 2018)

2015 $1.2 Billion
2016 $1.1 Billion
2017 $1.3 Billion
2018 $1.65 Billion

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Famous Quotes:

We are spending a significant amount of money on electric. We are ahead of the game.

Biography/Timeline

1955

Anand Mahindra was born on 1 May 1955 in Mumbai, India to the late industrialist Harish Mahindra and Indira Mahindra. Anand has 2 sisters; Anuja Sharma and Radhika Nath. He completed his early schooling from Lawrence School, Lovedale and then went on to study film making and architecture from Harvard University where he graduated Magna cum Laude (High Honors) in the year 1977. In 1981, he completed his MBA from the Harvard Business School

1981

In 1981, Anand joined Mahindra Ugine Steel Company Ltd (MUSCO) as an Executive Assistant to the Finance Director.

1989

In 1989 he was appointed as President and Deputy managing Director of the MUSCO. he initiated the Mahindra Group's diversification into the new Business areas of real estate development and hospitality management.

1991

On 4 April 1991, he took the role of Deputy managing Director of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., a Producer of off-road vehicles and agricultural tractors in India. In April 1997, Anand was appointed as the Managing Director and then in 2001 as the Vice Chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

1996

He is an alumnus of Lawrence School, Lovedale, Cornell University and Harvard Business School. In 1996, he established Nanhi Kali, a non-government organisation that supports education for underprivileged girls in India.

2011

Anand has a keen interest in film making, a subject he pursued as an undergraduate at Harvard. He is a keen Photographer with a strong interest in films. He also enjoys listening to the blues and has set up Mahindra Blues Festival held annually in Mumbai since 2011.

2012

In August 2012, he took on the role of chairman of the board and managing Director of the Mahindra Group from his uncle, Keshub Mahindra.

2013

Anand Mahindra has been tagged as the face of Indian capitalism by The Economist. Forbes India Magazine has recognised him as their 'Entrepreneur of the Year' for the year 2013.

2014

Anand, along with Mukesh Ambani and Mahesh Samat, was the co-founder EPIC, an Indian television channel in 2014 that showcases Hindi content. In 2016, he became the sole owner after both the co-founders sold their stakes to Mahindra.

2015

He is the Chairman of the India Advisory Council at the Lincoln Center, New York. In January 2015, he was appointed on a four-year team as a Trustee of the Natural History Museum of London.

2016

In November 2016, Anand was re-designated as Executive Chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd and continued to be the Chairman of Mahindra Group.

2017

He is the founder of project Nanhi Kali which aims to provide primary education to underprivileged girls in India. As of September 2017, the project has supported 130,000 underprivileged girls.

2019

Anand was featured in Fortune Magazine’s list of The World’s 50 Greatest Leaders in 2014 and in the list of the top 25 most powerful Business people in Asia in 2011. He was the World Economic Forum co-chairman in 2009. He was one of the contributors for the book 'Reimagining India' published by Mckinsey & Company.