Born on March 15, 1973 in Jaipur, India. Russian citizen.
Graduated from Birla Public School in Pilani. In 1992 started his higher education in Russia, at Irkutsk State Medical University. Later graduated from the Far Eastern Federal University, majoring in Finance and Credit. Married, with three children.
Founder of Pharmasyntez, member of the Leaders’ Club to Promote Business Initiatives (a non-profit partnership), Co-Chairman of the Business Council for Cooperation with India, participant in several investment forums and business missions.
Pharmasyntez manufactures medicinal drugs for socially significant diseases, such as tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, cancer, hepatitis and diabetes. The company’s profile includes over 113 various pharmaceutical forms and dosages – caps, pills, granules, IV solutions, sterile dry powders, solutions for injection and lyophilisates. Currently Pharmasyntez has five GMP compliant manufacturing facilities in the following Russian cities: Saint Petersburg, Tyumen, Bratsk, Irkutsk and Ussuriysk. The company employs over 1500 qualified specialists.
Pharmasyntez was number one Russian pharmaceutical manufacturer based on hospital purchases in 2016 (and No. 5 out of all pharmaceutical manufacturers, based on hospital purchases records). In 2016 it also became the fastest growing Russian manufacturing company with the revenue of 12 billion, which has doubled in comparison with 2014.
Currently Pharmasyntez is Russia’s leader in manufacturing medicinal agents for tuberculosis, retrovirus and cancer. Farmasintez does innovative R&D and exports pharmaceutical agents from Russia. The company is Irkutsk’s biggest tax payer.