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Bipin Agarwal as the CEO of FNSAR, has a proven track record of creating businesses that generate huge returns for stakeholders. Bipin Agarwal was a co-founder, and Director at Tanning Technology Corporation. As a member of the company’s operating committee and board, he participated in M&A activity, developed strategic business alliances, maintained analyst relationships, and helped take the company public in 1999. During its peak Tanning Technology had a market value of more than a $1B and over 500 plus employees.

He has been a seasoned Senior Executive with track record of driving visionary technology solutions for start-up, high growth, and fortune 500 organizations. He has been delivery focused, proactive and has had committed leadership in development of high-performance teams to support both business and information-technology initiatives. He has extensive background in software development and infrastructure build out and roll out. Prior to his executive involvement at Tanning, he led and architected many of Tanning’s large-scale solutions including the system architecture for E*Trade, FedEx, FundServ. His mutual funds application for FundServ won the Canadian Information Productivity Award (CIPA) for the best use of technology in 1995.
Currently Bipin Agarwal is CEO of Redhawk Investments Group and has been an angel investor in several technology related ventures. He also serves as a senior management consultant to several startups to help them define business strategy and go-to market strategy. He defined and launched offshore management consulting services to help clients build or optimize their offshore IT operations. He holds an M.S. in Computer Science from IIT in India, where he graduated as class valedictorian in 1985.

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