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We at Sinhasi are known for our best practices and processes in curating the sound investment solutions for our clients for sustainable alpha returns, and to protect, enrich and nurture their financial dreams and goals and evangelize 360-degree holistic financial planning. "SINHASI Social Impact Initiative" curates the best social investments for our clients and others to broaden your investment portfolios by nurturing others and invest in goodness and the betterment of our world.

The Sinhasi Social Impact Initiative Conference 1, the visionary brainchild of Ms. Mimi Partha Sarathy, is an embodiment of purpose and innovation. This is a first-of-its-kind platform curated by a wealth management firm for social investments in the space of Wildlife, Nature, and Climate Change to better communities and create sustainable spaces for future generations. It is not just a one-time conference but a coming-together and sustainable continued effort by a wealth management firm that aims to bring awareness and action to protect our planet.


The Sinhasi Social Impact Initiative Conference 1

Social Investments for Wildlife, Nature and Climate Change was held on August 2nd, 2023, at the prestigious Satish Dhawan Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru (Bangalore). This conference was inspired by the late M A Partha Sarathy, father of Ms. Mimi Partha Sarathy, a pioneer, and a global legend, visionary and game–changer in the space of wildlife, nature, and environmental conservation. The conference received an overwhelming response.

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By leveraging Ms. Mimi's extensive expertise, and credible connections over decades in the space of nature and conservation, Sinhasi seeks to bridge the gap between capital requirements, commitment, and resources to tackle critical environmental challenges leading to climate change to ensure a thriving planet for future generations. The conference had International and Indian wildlife conservation stalwarts, representatives of Indigenous communities, ecologists, biologists, herpetologists, academicians, and government officials attending the conference. All speaker sessions were moderated and curated by Ms. Mimi Partha Sarathy.

CSR in India plays a very important role. “Giving Back and Paying Forward” is engrained in our ethos, our culture and is part of the DNA of every Indian, be it individuals or corporates. Giving Back is possible in many ways both tangible and intangible and one of the aims of this conference was to sensitize as many people as possible we can to the importance of protecting, enriching and nurturing Wildlife & Nature to prevent the ill effects of climate change.

We are the fifth largest economy because CSR has given importance to Education, Health Care, Rural Infrastructure and Women Empowerment. And these areas should always be important. And in the next few years, we are expected to be the third largest economy in the world. The question is . Can we also become sensitive and give back to Wildlife, Nature, and Climate Change as this is a critical issue each one of us face today?

" Having been a wealth manager for almost 25 years, I have realized how instrumental it is to ensure the right flow of support, financial and otherwise, to the researchers and activists dedicated to working in the space of nature conservation and climate change. Every part of the world is suffering due to environmental degradation and we as humans are solely responsible for it. If we are the creators of the problem, well it is time for us to stop, take notice and provide solutions to ensure a better earth for ourselves and future generations. "

Mimi Partha Sarathy
Founder and Managing Director, Sinhasi Consultants Pvt. Ltd.



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The Sinhasi Social Impact Initiative – Conference-1 began by emphasizing the pivotal role in holistic financial and life plans. It paid tribute to a conservation pioneer, emphasizing the pressing need for individuals and corporates to integrate nature conservation with climate change awareness in their social responsibility agenda. The event urged the marriage of traditional wisdom with modern science for sustainable wildlife conservation.

Experts highlighted the importance of grassroots engagement and genuine collaboration with local communities, particularly in the context of elephant conservation. There was a call to reevaluate elephant captivity practices, shifting towards more humane models. The significance of preserving existing forests for the future was strongly emphasized, along with the need for financial commitment to conservation.

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Ms. Mimi Partha Sarathy Know more

Founder & Managing Director, Sinhasi Consultants

Mr. Romulus Whitaker Know more

Padma Sri, Globally renowned herpetologist, wildlife conservationist, Founder – Madras Crocodile Bank Trust | Founder - Agumbe Rainforest Research Station – Karnataka

Mr. Ravi Singh Know more

Secretary General and CEO at WWF-India

Prof. Madhav Gadgil Know more

Padma Sri & Padma Bhushan, Renowned Ecologist, Head of 2010 Gadgil Commission - the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel

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Senior Ecologist - National Science Chairperson at the IISc, Bangalore


Mr. Chiranjiv Singh Know more

Chairman – AME Foundation, IAS (Retd) Officer – Govt of Karnataka & former Ambassador of India to UNESCO in Paris

Dr. Nishant Srinivasaiah Know more

Behavioral Ecologist, Frontier Elephant Programme, Senior Researcher - Foundation for Ecological Research Advocacy and Learning (FERAL)

Dr. Tarsh Thekaekara Know more

The Shola Trust, Gudalur & Co-founder of The Real Elephant Collective

Ms. Harshitha Venkatesh Know more

Project Lead - B.PAC

Mrs. Suparna Ganguly and
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Founder Trustees – CUPA – WRRC, Bangalore

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Programme Director - Asian Nature Conservation Foundation

Mr. Avinash Krishnan Know more

Wildlife Biologist, Director – A Rocha India


Ms. Hamsini Bijlani Know more

Ecologist and Field Research Biologist , Environs Kimberly, Broome, Western Australia

Dr. Nitin D Rai Know more

Political Ecologist and Independent Scholar

Dr. Tarun Chhabra Know more

Senior Ecologist, a practicing doctor, ethnobotanist & Todas expert

Dr. Sharachchandra Lele Know more

Distinguished Fellow, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment | ATREE · Centre for Environment and Development

Dr. Siddappa Setty Know more

Ethnobotanist, Professor - Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment – ATREE


Mr. Vance G Martin Know more

Internationally renowned Nature Conservationist & Former President of The WILD Foundation, Boulder, Colorado

Mr. Paul Spencer Sochacazewski Know more

Former Communications Director WWF International, Author and communications consultant, Geneva, Switzerland

Mrs. Swarna Ramki Know more

Managing Trustee – Conservation India | Co-Founder – Wildlife for Cancer