Eric Savage is the Co-Founder & CEO of Unitus Capital. Eric moved to India in 2007 to help set up Unitus Capital (UC). At UC, he has led the company in raising over $1.3 billion for various socially impactful businesses in Asia. He has had the privilege of working with many innovative companies that do life changing work in the fields of microfinance, affordable health care, renewable energy, affordable education, women empowerment and agriculture. Unitus Capital was ranked the #1 most active Indian investment bank by Venture Intelligence and VCCircle in 2013 and 2014. Previously, Eric directed Citigroup’s Asia Power & Infrastructure Investment Banking Group and helped secure and execute multiple landmark equity, debt and M&A transactions totaling many billions of dollars. Eric was based in NYC and Hong Kong for 14 years with Citigroup/Salomon Brothers. Eric also headed Salomon’s utilities sector equity research and was selected to Institutional Investors’ All-Asia research team. Eric is a graduate (cum laude) of Duke University, serves on the CASE i3 Advisory Board, the Duke Alumni Board and has the most all-time wins at the K Academy. He is also a graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School, where he received the Lucius N. Littauer Fellow Award, the program’s top honor. Eric serves on the Board/Advisory Board of a variety of top companies, funds and academic institutions. He is a much sought after speaker on the topics of impact investing and entrepreneurship. In 2014, Eric was named Indian Expat Entrepreneur of the Year by Expat Entrepreneurs Circle.