Suvir Varma joins Campbell Lutyens’ Advisory Board
Category: Company Year: 2019
London (29 January 2019)
Campbell Lutyens, one of the leading global private capital advisors, is pleased to announce the appointment of Suvir Varma to the firm’s Global Advisory Board.
Mr. Varma, a Singapore citizen, has over 25 years of experience in management consulting and private equity. Most recently, he was a Senior Partner with Bain & Company, where he led the firm’s Financial Investor practice across Asia Pacific. In that role, he advised private equity and sovereign wealth funds on their investment strategies across the Asia Pacific region. Mr. Varma also served on Bain’s Investment Committee for many years, and is currently a Senior Advisor to the firm. Prior to joining Bain in 2002, Mr. Varma spent six years at A.T. Kearney, where he led the firm’s Strategy Practice in Southeast Asia. Mr. Varma started his career in investment banking in the US and Hong Kong.
Mr. Varma holds an MBA from University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and a B.Sc. from Babson College, USA.
“Suvir brings a wealth of relevant experience to Campbell Lutyens at a time of rapid growth for our business in Asia-Pacific,” said Gordon Bajnai, Chairman of the firm’s Global Advisory Board. “The breadth of his relationships and understanding of the private markets landscape in the region will be of great value to Campbell Lutyens and our clients.”
Campbell Lutyens has a team of 20 based in Hong Kong and Singapore, and is currently advising on $7.8 billion of transactions for Asia-Pacific clients.