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Chairman, Mission Holdings
Founder & Trustee, Plaksha University
Harvard Business School (MBA)
IIT Delhi (BS Electrical Engineering)
Saurabh Mittal is a self-made billionaire entrepreneur and investor with a hands-on strategic value-add approach. He is the Founder and Chairman of Mission Holdings, his private global investment holding company. Mr Mittal partners with world class entrepreneurs going after multibillion-dollar opportunities and helps them achieve massive scale with both capital and strategic value add. Some of his portfolio holdings include ONE Championship (Asia's largest sports media property with a global broadcast to 1 billion potential viewers across 118 countries), Incedo (a US$100m data and analytics company with 2,000 employees), BSI Financial (a substantial Fin-tech player in the multi-trillion dollar mortgage industry), SelfScore, and many other companies across a wide spectrum of industries and geographies. Prior to Mission Holdings, he was a senior partner at Noonday, an affiliate of Farallon Capital Management, one of the world's largest hedge funds where he was responsible for large public and private investments in the areas of Financial Services and Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT).
Mr Mittal also was a Founder of Indiabulls, India's leading financial services and real estate conglomerate, and through the partnership with Farallon, helped the business achieve massive scale and success. Mr. Mittal holds an MBA from Harvard Business School where he graduated as a Baker Scholar. He holds a BS in Electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi where he was the Best Graduating Student. He is also a member of multiple boards including the Harvard Business School Alumni Board and Paarivar, a leading charitable organization running India's largest residential school for destitute children.