Rohan Ajila Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Investments
  • 2
  • Portfolio
  • 2

Rohan Ajila General Information

Description

Mr. Rohan Ajila serves as Managing Partner at Fides Business Partner. He also serves as Board Member at B.Lab.He is also a Managing Partner at Capvent. He also serves as a Board Member of Gympik Health Solutions. He is responsible for sourcing and managing our fund and direct investments in India & Asia. Previously, he was Founder & CEO of IMO Communications, a pioneer in the online and offline B2B e-Commerce and supply chain consulting business in Asia. He began his career as a credit rating research analyst with CRISIL-S&P, then as an Investment Manager at Trans Arabian Investment Bank (TAIB) and advised MAPE, an Indian investment bank, on investment opportunities in India. He holds a Masters degree in Finance and International Business from the University of Houston.

Contact Information

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • Seefeldstrasse 60
  • 8008 Zurich
  • Switzerland
+41 044 000 00 00

Rohan Ajila Investments (2)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
Daaki 08-Jan-2018 Angel (individual) Food Products Generating Revenue 00000 00000
000000 05-Jan-2015 0000 00000 00000 Information Services (B2C) Generating Revenue 00000 00000
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Rohan Ajila Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Rohan Ajila Angel Investor 0 0 0 Zurich, Switzerland
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