Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Who’s Who in Cricket: Anjan Luthra

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Career Highlights

Current Role
Co-Founder and CEO, RAMP (Jul 2022 – Present)
Chairman, Cricket Scotland (Oct 2022 – Present)

Previous Roles
Founder and CEO, Thrillz (Nov 2019 – June 2022)
Private Equity Investor, Partners Group (May 2016 – Oct 2019)
Restructuring | Corporate Finance, EY (Sep 2013 – Apr 2016)

Bio

Anjan Luthra is currently serving as the Non-Executive Chairman of Cricket Scotland, a role he was appointed to in October 2022 for a two-year term. He is responsible for rebuilding the organization following the publication of the Plan4Sport Changing the Boundaries report on racism in Scottish cricket. 

Additionally, Luthra is the Co-Founder and CEO of RAMP, a global media company founded in July 2022 and headquartered in London that amplifies brands through organic content and nano-influencer campaigns on TikTok. 

Before that, he founded Thrillz, the UK’s largest celebrity entertainment technology platform, which attracted high-profile private and strategic investors at a multimillion-dollar valuation. He also served as CEO of Thrillz. 

Luthra has spent several years in private equity and venture capital, serving on the board of several leading investment firms, including Partners Group, where he worked as a Private Equity Investor from May 2016 to October 2019. 

He is a Chartered Accountant by training and holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) in Accounting and Finance with 1st class Honors. 

Luthra has represented Scotland in both tennis and cricket as a junior, and cites playing International Cricket for Scotland Under 15, 17, and 19s as the proudest moments of his life.

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