Analjit Singh

About Analjit Singh

Birth Day: January 11, 1954
Birth Place: Delhi, India, India
Birth Sign: Aquarius
Alma mater: The Doon School Shri Ram College of Commerce Boston University
Occupation: Founder Chairman Emeritus Max Group Founder Leeu Collection Non-Executive Chairman Vodafone India
Spouse(s): Neelu Singh
Children: Pia Singh (Daughter), Veer Singh (Son), Tara Singh Vachani (Daughter)
Parent(s): Bhai Mohan Singh
Relatives: Sahil Vachani (Son-in-Law)
Awards: Padma Bhushan (2011) Knight Order of Queen Isabella

Analjit Singh Net Worth

Analjit Singh was born on January 11, 1954 in Delhi, India, India. Analjit Singh is the youngest son of Bhai Mohan Singh, founder of pharma firm Ranbaxy Laboratories. Following a family split in the 1980s, he inherited a small company called Max India and built it into the $2 billion (revenue) Max Group, which has interests in healthcare, insurance and specialty packaging film. The Boston University grad, made an early investment in India's telecom sector with cellular services provider Hutchison Max and made a pile when he sold his stake in that business to Hutchison. In 2016, he split Max into three listed companies and went on to merge his insurance arm Max Life with HDFC Life to create the largest private insurer in the country. In recent years, he has invested in South Africa where he owns a vineyard and two boutique resorts. His daughter founded Antara, a senior living community in North India.
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💰Analjit Singh Net worth: $998 Million (Updated at 22 June 2018)



Analjit Singh was born in New Delhi, to Bhai Mohan Singh and Avtar Mohan Singh. Bhai Mohan Singh (1917-2006) was the founder of Ranbaxy Laboratories. Analjit Singh was the youngest of three sons of Bhai Mohan Singh—Parvinder Singh and Manjit Singh were the two elder brothers.


Analjit Singh got married to Neelu Singh on 30 December 1979. The couple has three children, Pia Singh, Veer Singh and Tara Singh Vachani. Pia works for Max Health care. Veer is the founder and owner of Vana Retreats.Tara is the MD and CEO of Antara Senior Living. Tara is married to Sahil Vachani, who is the MD of Max Ventures and Industries Limited (MVIL)


He served as the Chairman of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Roorkee, from 2011 to 2014. He serves on the Prime Minister’s UK-India CEO Forum, where he is the co-chair of Ease of Doing Business Committee along with Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP Plc.He has also served as a member of Prime Minister’s Indo-US CEO Forum. He has served as Chairman of Confederation of Indian Industry’s (CII) national committee on insurance and pensions.


Analjit Singh has been the Chairman of Vodafone India since February 2012. He has been the key spokesperson of Vodafone in India and was the main representative of the company during the Vodafone’s retrospective taxation controversy with the Government of India.


Max Group is multi Business enterprise containing three listed companies—Max Financial Services, Max India Limited and Max Ventures and Industries Limited. Max Financial Services comprises, Max Life Insurance, India’s largest private non-bank life insurance company. Max India Limited comprises Max Health care, comprising a chain of 14 hospitals; Max Bupa, a health insurance provider and Antara Senior Living, a full Service residential community. Max Ventures and Industries Limited comprises Max Speciality Films, one of the Leaders in speciality films packaging Business, Max Estates, a real estate firm, an investment vertical called Max I. which has already invested in Azure hospitality and Max Ventures and Industries Limited has also announced its interest in education which are being pursued under Max Learning.Max Group has joint venture relationships with Mitsui Sumitomo of Japan in Max Life Insurance, Life Health care of South Africa in Max Health care and Bupa Plc of the United Kingdom in Max Bupa.


In 2015, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Amity University, Noida.


He served on the Board of Tata Global Beverages and resigned in December 2016. He had voted against the resolution moved for Cyrus Mistry’s ouster as Chairman of the company. In his resignation letter he said that he lamented at the overall lack of transparency surrounding the sacking of Cyrus Mistry.


Analjit Singh serves on the Founder Executive Board of Indian School of Business. He is the patron of Max Institute of Health care Management, one of the partner institutes at the ISB’s Mohali campus. He served as Chairman of Mohali Campus Advisory Board of ISB.