Aster DM Healthcare’s Independent Directors Daniel Robert & Wayne Keathley Resigned

Daniel Robert Mintz, Non-Executive Director of Aster DM Healthcare Limited, has tendered his resignation on April 3, 2024, citing personal commitments. Consequently, he shall cease to be a member of the Risk Management Committee of the Board.

Wayne Earl Keathley has tendered his resignation from the post of Non-Executive Independent Director of the company with immediate effect, citing personal commitments. Consequently, he shall cease to be a member of the Medical Excellence Committee of the Board.

Daniel Robert Mintz has over 24 years of experience in private equity investment. He is a founding Director at Olympus Capital Holdings Asia and previously held an executive role at Morgan Stanley Asia in Hong Kong. Currently, he serves on the Boards of various companies, notably Credit Access Asia NV and OSB Savings Bank. Mintz earned recognition as a Fulbright Fellowship recipient for Middle Eastern Studies at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. Furthermore, he is affiliated with prestigious organisations such as the Council on Foreign Relations in New York and the Young Presidents’ Organisation. He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business Administration and graduated from Brown University.

Wayne Earl Keathley is an executive leader with over three decades of experience. He is engaged with global health initiatives in the Middle East, Africa, India, Southeast Asia, and China. He served as an Associate Dean for Global Health and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas. Previously, he served in a variety of executive and leadership positions at the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Centre, the Mount Sinai Hospital of New York (as President and Chief Operating Officer), St. Peter’s Healthcare Services (Albany, New York), Lenox Hill Hospital (New York), and the Brooklyn Medical Centre (Brooklyn, New York). He has been a consultant and advisor to the Chief Executive Officers of the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, New York Presbyterian Hospital, RUSH System for Health (Chicago), and Maimonides Medical Centre (New York). Currently, he serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the RUSH University System for Health. He obtained a master’s degree in public health from Columbia University and a B.A. in political science from Wayne State University.


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