As an MBA student at New York University, Inder Singh worked for the American Express Company, first as a Senior Financial Analyst and then as Manager of Business Planning. Upon graduation, Mr. Singh began his financial career in earnest with AT&T Corporation/Lucent Technologies. During the nine years Inder Singh served AT&T/Lucent, he performed in a diverse array of positions that include Manager of the Systems Network Group, Vice President of Corporate Finance, Director of Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis, Vice President of Corporate Strategic Partnerships, and Vice President of Business Development. Throughout his assorted positions, Inder Singh oversaw multiple projects such as product development and design, international expansion, and the fluid merger between Lucent and Alcatel.
In 2001, Inder Singh went to work for Prudential Securities, first as the Senior Vice President of Communication, Data Networking & Wireless and then as the Head of the Technology Research Group. During his six years with the firm, Prudential recognized him for three consecutive years as Top Fundamental Analyst. Mr. Singh consistently ranked among the top three revenue generators for the Research Department at Prudential Securities. In this role, Inder Singh performed research dealing with 24 coverage companies, including Nortel, Nokia, Symantec, Motorola, and Cisco. It was at Prudential that Mr. Singh was named Institutional Investor magazine’s Best Up-and-Comer Analyst on Wall Street.
In his next position, Inder Singh was named Senior Vice President of Data Networking and Wireline Equipment for Lehman Brothers Holding, Inc. At Lehman, Mr. Singh immediately established coverage for 12 stocks. During his time at Lehman, he was regularly ranked among Wall Street’s best analysts by such publications as The Wall Street Journal and Institutional Investor, as well as the research firm StarMine.
Currently splitting his time between California and New Jersey, Inder Singh functions as the Vice President of Corporate Portfolio Management and Long Range Planning for Cisco Systems, Inc. In addition to his present role with Cisco, Inder Singh advises the United States Department of Homeland Security on matters of technology.