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InnoVen Capital Appoints Ashish Sharma as CEO for India

05 October 2017, India:

InnoVen Capital, a joint venture between United Overseas Bank Limited and Temasek, announced that it has appointed Ashish Sharma as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for India, effective immediately.

Ashish Sharma will replace Chin Chao, CEO of InnoVen, Singapore and Southeast Asia, who had stepped in as interim CEO for India on 1 August 2017.

Prior to joining Innoven, Sharma was President & CEO of GE Capital, India. He has more than 19 years of experience within GE and GE Capital, having started his career as a management trainee under its Global Financial Management Program. He subsequently took on progressive leadership roles across multiple businesses, global markets and functions, including Business Head, Commercial/Corporate Finance in GE Capital, India.

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Shantanu Mitra, Chairman of InnoVen, said, “The Board conducted a robust search for InnoVen India’s new CEO, and considered all qualified candidates for the position. We believe Ashish has all the qualities we are looking for and are therefore pleased that he has agreed to join us.”

He further added, “His track record in building and leading teams to deliver high-performance growth, combined with strategic vision and deep, executional knowledge of India, puts him in good stead to expand InnoVen’s activities in India. India is an important market for InnoVen – there is a vibrant start-up ecosystem here and InnoVen is well-positioned to drive and to support that growth. We are confident that under Ashish’s leadership, InnoVen India will continue its strong upward trajectory as a market leader in venture debt financing.”

InnoVen is a pan-Asian venture debt platform with offices in Mumbai, Singapore and Beijing. InnoVen provides venture debt financing to high growth and innovative tech startups, and has since supported and provided over 175 loans to more than 120 start-ups across India and Southeast Asia.

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