Ankit Talwar

Ankit Talwar is a finance professional and business graduate with expertise in project management, fundraising & management, multi-stakeholder engagement, research, and advisory. At FSG, Ankit is currently working with Tanzania’s private sector and public partners to implement market-based sanitation approaches.

Before FSG

Prior to joining FSG, Ankit was engaged with Athena Infonomics as a senior consultant, providing data-driven solutions to World Bank Group, FCDO (government of U.K.), and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in the affordable housing and sanitation space. In his previous role, Ankit worked as a public finance consultant for the government of Andhra Pradesh, where he had the opportunity to liaise with ministers, senior-, and mid-level bureaucrats to carry out end-to-end project management in coordination with line departments, banks, corporates, and policy think tanks. Ankit has six years of pre-MBA experience with an NBFC, focusing on MSME clientele.

Education

  • Indian School of Business, Post Graduate Programme in Management
  • Badruka College of Commerce, Osmania University, Bachelor of Commerce
  • CFA Institute, CFA Level II

Languages

  • English (Fluent)
  • Hindi (Native)
  • Punjabi (Basic)
  • Telugu (Basic)

On Working at FSG

I believe the private sector holds the key to solving the most pressing developmental challenges faced by our world today. As an inclusive markets practitioner at FSG, I feel privileged to be a part of an organization that echoes my beliefs and is sincere in its pursuit of developing a sustainable ecosystem for these social enterprises.

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