Rohit Kapur, Executive Director and Head of India at KPMG Corporate Finance, has quit the organisation where he spent a total of eight years in two stints.
Rohit Kapur confirmed his resignation to VCCircle but declined to divulge anything on his future course. A KPMG spokesperson also confirmed the resignation. It is not clear who will be taking over Kapur’s role at KPMG.
He is currently in a transition period at the firm. “I haven’t taken any decision about the future plans. I am currently exploring different opportunities,” Rohit Kapur told VCCircle.
Kapur drove businesses like M&A advisory, business sales and disposal, valuation services, private equity advisory, debt syndication among others which came under the corporate finance group. This group has advised on the management buyout of Intelenet Global, Neutra Health on strategic stake sale to Elder Pharmaceuticals, Sangli Bank on merger with ICICI Bank, RSB Group on PE fundraise from IL&FS, among others.
An MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Kapur joined Johnson & Johnson as a senior financial analyst. After one and half years, he was appointed as a director, Corporate Finance at KPMG. Later, he worked with Painewebber Inc as Vice President, Credit Lyonnais Securities as Director and Cascadia Capital as Senior Vice President, before re-joining KPMG as Executive Director, Corporate Finance. He has spent over eight years in KPMG.