Dec 26, 2019 • 36M

Principles of Institution Building with NITI Aayog Program Director Arnab Kumar

 
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In this podcast you will learn:

1. Mental models for building a career across technology, finance and public policy
2. Principles of institution building
3. Understanding nuances of working in the government

Arnab Kumar is Program Director at NITI Aayog, and drives NITI Aayog's strategy, policy and implementation initiatives in Artificial Intelligence, FinTech, Blockchain and Digital Economy. Arnab has contributed to India's Strategy for Artificial Intelligence (released in 2018) and has been driving the architecture of the proposed National Programme on AI. His key projects include Imaging BioBank for Cancer, India UK Healthcare AI Catalyst, Blockchain and IoT based Fertiliser Supply Chain solution. Arnab joined NITI Aayog as Founding Manager for Atal Innovation Mission, and developed strategy for AIM’s key initiatives including tinkering labs and early-stage technology fund, before setting up the Frontier Technologies practice.

An ex-investment banker, Arnab has worked for Deutsche Bank’s New York, Hong Kong and Singapore offices and has raised more than USD20bn in M&A, equity and debt transactions, primarily in FinTech, Financial Institutions and Technology deals. Arnab has also previously led product teams across 3 global locations for Oracle. Arnab is an alumnus of Indian School of Business, Columbia Business School, and Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, is a Chartered Financial Analyst and Chevening CRISP Fellow (2019).