TVS Capital Funds appoints Ramesh Iyer as Board Member
Ramesh Iyer's appointment as a board member marks the latest step in TVS Capital Funds' strategic leadership enhancement
TVS Capital Funds, a capital growth PE fund manager, has appointed Ramesh Iyer as a Board Member.
His appointment as a board member marks the latest step in TVS Capital Funds' strategic leadership enhancement, with TVS Capital Funds inducting three new Managing Partners over the past year. These appointments include Anuradha Ramachandran in October 2022, Krishna Ramachandran in February 2023, and Naveen Unni in June 2023.
As the Vice-Chairman and MD of Mahindra Finance, Iyer's primary responsibility has been to promote inclusive growth and foster rural prosperity. Since 1994, he has played a crucial role in transforming Mahindra Finance into one of India's premier rural finance institutions. His extensive experience proves invaluable when overseeing a workforce of more than 30,000 individuals stationed across 1,400 branches nationwide.
Iyer is a member of various industry bodies for financial services like FIDC, CII (Financial Services), Chamber of Commerce etc. He has a deep association across entities within the Mahindra Group and is a member of the boards of Mahindra First Choice, insurance broking, Agri solutions, and rural housing within the Group. He is also the President – Financial Services Sector & Member of Group Executive Board of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
Gopal Srinivasan, Chairman and Managing Director, TVS Capital Funds, said, “Ramesh Iyer brings a wealth of experience in financial services providing credit across sectors and promoting the core values of inclusivity within organisations. We are delighted to have him as one of our board members, his strategic acumen will be instrumental in guiding our growth."
"Financial services is a sector we have a deep presence in and this sector focus has helped us generate attractive alpha for our client partners. Ramesh’s deep insights into the financial services space will further help us deepen our investing in the sector.”
In addition to Ramesh Iyer’s involvement in several organisations within the financial services sector, he also serves on the advisory boards of numerous educational institutions and industry bodies.
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