Manu Hinduja is currently owner/operator of three privately held companies. These companies are involved in Private Investment Banking, Deal Making, and IT Consulting/Outsourcing. He is a Trustee of two publicly traded Mutual Fund called Prasad Growth Fund (ticker symbol PRGRX) and Oceanstone Fund (ticker symbol OSFDX) Manu Hinduja has extensive experience in financial consulting and corporate management. In his versatile career, he worked at various increasingly responsible positions at Exxon in Texas, Louisiana, California and Alaska. At Exxon, he was a key member of the Prudhoe Bay Equity Team which successfully negotiated 1.6% extra equity for the Prudhoe Bay Oil Field worth over a Billion dollars for Exxon. He handled Alaska Operations for Exxon ($2 Billion projects). He was the Reserves Coordinator and a key negotiator for ConocoPhillips sale of the Huntington Beach Oil Field to Shell Oil. At Kelt Energy, he was Vice President Acquisitions directly affecting the phenomenal growth of the company through aggressive acquisitions culminating in a reverse merger in the London Stock Exchange and acquiring Carless PLC in a hostile leveraged buyout (a ₤200 deal). Manu was Advisor, Chief Financial Officer at Schreiber Enterprises, the largest Appliance Distribution Company in Southern California in the early nineties. He has done many Oil & Gas Deals acting as Advisor and Investment Banker. Also, bought the USS Coral Sea, the largest aircraft carrier from the Navy and distributed the profits to the investors after cutting it up for scrap metal. Manu Hinduja was born in Mumbai, India and graduated from IIT, Bombay before he came to the United States for his graduate studies. He got his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Rice University, Houston, TX and his MBA from Pepperdine Graduate School of Business. Manu is an active public speaker on Metaphysical topics and Finance. He is an avid writer and poet.