Sudarshan Malpani has been appointed as the Senior Executive Officer for Sarasin-Alpen & Partners Limited, the asset management associate of Bank Sarasin-Alpen. Sarasin-Alpen & Partners launched its operations in Dubai in 2008 and is a joint venture between Bank Sarasin-Alpen, Dubai and Sarasin & Partners LLP, UK. It is regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) and is based out of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
Sarasin-Alpen & Partners is a boutique asset management company which offers a unique range of funds across equities, fixed income and cash; in conventional and Sharia-compliant forms. The product basket consists of a mix of strategic long term and tactical short term investment ideas that are tailor-made for individual and institutional clients in the region. The company has a Foreign Institutional Investor Status for investments into India and established fund platforms at Luxembourg, Cayman Islands and Mauritius for an efficient fund offering. Sarasin-Alpen & Partners has launched two equity funds – the Sarasin GCC Equity opportunities fund as well as the India Nifty Fifty India Equity fund.
Rohit Walia, Executive Vice Chairman & CEO, Sarasin-Alpen Group: Sudarshan has been a key member of the Sarasin-Alpen team. I am confident that with his expertise combined with his knowledge of our organisation, he will be able to take Sarasin-Alpen & Partners to new heights. I wish him all the best in this new role.
Sudarshan Malpani, Sudarshan will head the operations of Sarasin-Alpen & Partners. Prior to this, Sudarshan was responsible for the Products and Institutional Sales function at Bank Sarasin-Alpen, Dubai and has been a part of the organisation for five years. He has over 18 years of work experience in the financial services industry in the Middle East, India and USA. Sudarshan has also worked with ABN AMRO Bank, ICICI Bank and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.