top of page

Arvind Mathur 
CFA Charterholder, FRM

Chairman and President

Learn solutions and techniques of private equity, venture capital, M&A, and capital markets.

Build your careers.

Build a foundation for investment excellence.

Arvind Mathur is a member of the Independent Advisory Committee of a portfolio institution of a $12 billion New York-based private equity fund. He is also the Chairman of Private Equity Pro Partners, a private equity advisory and training firm. 

A. Multiple Asset Classes

Arvind has over 40 years of experience in a wide range of asset classes globally including listed equities, private equity, fixed income, convertibles & real estate. His experience spans the US to emerging markets during multiple economic cycles.


B. Sovereign Wealth Funds, Ministries of Finance, Central Banks, and Pension Funds

Arvind managed a fixed income portfolio, a portfolio of listed equity, and a portfolio of private equity in his career. He is familiar with the issues that confront SWFs. He co-invested with sovereign wealth funds like GIC, Temasek, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority & the Brunei Investment Authority. He interacted with the State Oil Fund of Azerbaijan and several central banks like the Bank of Korea, the Bank of Japan, and the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

Arvind co-invested with the Indian Ministry of Finance in a $1 billion infrastructure fund and another entity with Bank Negara Malaysia as well as with the pension fund of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He interacted and co-invested with some of the world's largest pension funds including CalPERS and La Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec. Arvind has prepared case studies of investments by Sovereign Wealth Funds such as Temasek and Khazana.


C. Professional Qualifications

Arvind is a professionally qualified CFA Charter holder and completed the Financial Risk Management (FRM) course of GARP, USA. Arvind attended an investment management workshop at the Harvard Business School. Arvind received training in investment banking at Goldman Sachs & Citi in New York and in capital market regulation at the US SEC.

D. Knowledge Sharing & Training

Arvind conducted various workshops on advanced topics such as sovereign wealth fund investments, private equity, M&A, investment banking, and fixed income in Shanghai, Taipei, Singapore, Jakarta, Mumbai, and Delhi. He conducted events in Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Nice, France, Hawaii, Geneva, Basle, and Switzerland. Arvind was invited by a US MNC to the World Economic Forum in Geneva to interact with their global Board of Directors on various issues connected with cross-border M&A.

E. Interaction with Renowned Fund Managers

Arvind interacted with highly experienced players such as Messrs. Warren Buffett, his assistant Mr. Jain, Mr. George Soros, Mark Mobius of Templeton Emerging Markets, and Wolfensohn & Partners.


F. International Investment Experience

Arvind played a role in structuring and placing a nearly $1 billion India Infrastructure Fund. He helped establish the Asian Infrastructure Fund ($780 million), the Asian Infrastructure Mezzanine Capital Fund ($265 million), The Asian Equity Infrastructure Fund ($ 400 million), the Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC), and the AIG Sectoral Equity Fund ($ 110 million). He helped structure and invested in over 30 private equity funds, including 5 infrastructure funds and General Partnerships. While at ADB, Citi, and Standard Chartered Bank, Arvind gained exposure to equity investments and lending. Arvind's experience encompasses both fund and direct investing. He has been a member of Investment Committees and fund boards and the global pension fund of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Most funds targeted investments in India & China & other emerging markets. He worked with Limited Partners such as ADB, the IFC, CalPERS, La Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec, the Prudential Insurance Corporation & leading institutional investors in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and India. Arvind promoted corporate governance in these funds, particularly those involving CalPERS. He authored articles on corporate governance and attended courses at the Columbia Business School and that of Cornell University & an investment course at the Harvard Business School.

bottom of page