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Jp Tiwari
Non-executive director
(CFO)

He is one of the key promoters of Sahayog and currently serving as Non-executive director cum CFO of the Company. He has been associated with the Group since inception and plays a key role in formulation of business plans, projections and other policies for the Group. Aged 52 years, He has 25 years of vast experience in accounts/ finance and in the field of loan proposals, syndications

 
Mr. Amul Urdhwareshe
Executive Vice Chairman


A qualified Company Secretary with additional education in Law and Management, Mr. Urdhwareshe has worked with various corporate houses in key capacities and has handled all types of important corporate functions. He has significant experience with various issues on of project development and financing, with a special emphasis on those relating to infrastructure. These include projects on Drinking Water Supply schemes, BOT Road development, non-conventional energy and large-scale thermal power. His areas of expertise include contract documentation, project structuring and policy related and legal issues. Since April 2009, he has been devoting the majority of his professional time and energy to the social development sector and has focused on financial inclusion as the main fulcrum to this end. He has been instrumental in promoting Sahayog Microfinance Limited - the largest MFI NBFC from Madhya Pradesh and has focused specially on Madhya Pradesh and its remote areas (amongst the lowest penetrated areas when it comes to financial mainstreaming of the local population.) Sahayog is also one of the first MFI NBFC to have become 100% regulatory compliant. Mr. Urdhwareshe has successfully evolved a strategic partnership model that synergizes the generation of renewable energy from biomass/agricultural residues with livelihood promotion. These become the columns upon which microfinance may operate as the key towards obtaining long-term and sustainable economic inclusion. He has worked closely with Dr. Thorat (the chairman of the microfinance company and the Section 25 livelihood company) and has been pivotal in in converting visions and concepts into practical and implementable models that employ the aforementioned three-pronged strategy. The projects that he is currently involved in the evolution and implementation of include “Project Kamdhenu”, which targets the linking of around Two Lakh farmers in three districts of Madhya Pradesh to a detailed skill development program. The program enables an improved method of dairy farming backed by comprehensive support and facilitation services. These ensure increasing returns and economic improvement from significant productivity gains by the farmers. He has also evolved a project through which Self-Help Groups are being trained to operate a business model that converts forest and agricultural waste into “Charcoal Briquettes” - energy efficient briquettes with clear market potential. A part of this production is also to be used by the SHG members for household consumption – providing them with access to low cost and smokeless cooking and the resultant health benefits thereto. He is currently also engaged in evolving a blueprint to cover Sahayog’s entire client base (the first phase of which extends to over 1.00 Lakh clients over the next two years) under a novel “Financial Literacy” program that disseminates financial literacy by women trainers from amongst the clients themselves. An avid reader and traveller, Mr. Urdhwareshe has been a regular and favored speaker with the Indian Institute of Forest Management on issues relating to microfinance and livelihood development as well as renewable energy.

 
Mr. Anand Patidar
Non-Executive Director


A 35 years old, progressive, prominent, resourceful and educated farmer, Anand would bring a background from rural areas. An MBA himself, Anand has been successfully cultivating high value crops and encouraging other farmers to emulate him. He, along with his other family members, would also bring the necessary financial resources for funding the initial costs and required owners funding.