Narayan Ramachandran featured in the Times of India

The Times of India features Narayan Ramchandran on his work as a social entrepreneur, investor and founder of Inklude Labs. Narayan is also a member of the management committee at the Takshashila Institution.

A journey from i-banking to deworming

“The five things that social investor and entrepreneur Narayan Ramachandran has always wanted from life are “curiosity, balance, family, contribution and fun”. In his current role as founder of InKlude Labs and a stakeholder in several entities that promote social justice, Ramachandran, former country head of global financial services firm Morgan Stanley, gets a chance to fulfil each of these goals…

“… Besides his work with InKlude, Ramachandran also sits on the board of a few social enterprises, such as the Arghyam Trust run by Rohini Nilekani, and has been director of Ratnakar Bank Ltd. since 2010 and Janalakshmi Financial Services Private Limited since March 2010. He is also co-chairman of Unitus Capital, which develops finance structures and raises capital for entrepreneurial businesses benefiting those at the bottom of the economic pyramid. His interest in policy-driven change also led him to be part of the management committee at Takshashila Institution, a Bangalore-based non-partisan think-tank and school of public policy.”