Rajiv Maliwal, founder and MD of PE firm Sabre Partners, has joined the board of directors of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB).
Maliwal, an IIMB alumnus, founded Sabre Partners in 2002. Prior to founding his company, Maliwal was working with Standard Chartered PLC as the global head of private equity. During his tenure in StanChart, he was involved in a $300 million fundraising, established a global team and invested internationally with a focus on financial services and technology. He has also worked with Goldman Sachs (Hong Kong) and JP Morgan (Singapore).
Maliwal obtained his Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) from BITS Pilani.
IIMB’s board of directors, comprising 20 members, is chaired by Mukesh Ambani, chairman and MD of Reliance Industries.
Sabre Partners is an investment group which has funded and led many startups and late-stage companies in India in the areas of financial services, healthcare and infrastructure. Maliwal has led investments of over $400 million and harvested over $2 billion over the past 11 years, across several companies. The firm has over $250 million under management through different funds and has recently announced the first closing of its $100 million Fund IV. Leave Your Comment