Our Team
Investment Sub Commitee
The Investment Sub Committee has a key role in ensuring adherence to a focused, disciplined and consistent manner to achieve optimum results.

The Investment Sub Committee is made up of four senior professionals. Each member has the specialist skills to bring objective, disciplined, and consistency to the review of each of Yatra Capital's investment opportunities. The Investment Sub Committee's role includes maintaining pricing discipline, ensuring that all transactions adhere to Yatra Capital's strategy and assessing the risk and return profile.

We believe that this consistent approach to deal evaluation enhances Yatra Capital's ability to extract additional value in transactions and generate higher risk adjusted returns.

David Hunter
David Hunter is Managing Director of Hunter Advisers, a property fund consultancy which offers advice on the launch and operation of property funds in the UK and overseas. Coupled with this role, he has a number of non-executive positions on international property companies, focused on delivering value for shareholders. Until 2005, David was a leading Pan-European property fund manager with over 20 years' experience and an exceptional track record of building and running fund management businesses.

David was President of the British Property Federation in 2003-04 and led the industry delegation which successfully negotiated with the UK Government for the introduction of REITs.
Malcolm King
After qualifying at a general practice firm in 1968 Malcolm was one of the first in his profession to gain an MBA by taking a full time two-year course at the Ivey Business School of the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Joining King & Co in 1970, he headed the investment part of the business for 23 years. In 1993 Malcolm restructured the asset management side of the business, which grew the properties under management from GBP 850 mn to the current level of more than GBP 8 billion when he retired.

He was Senior Partner from 1987 to 2005 and International Chairman from 1992 - 2006. In 1992 he conceived and engineered the merger of King & Co with J P Sturge to form King Sturge. During his time as Senior Partner, the company's turnover increased from just over GBP 11 mn to approximately GBP 100 mn and a staff of nearly 1,600. He was the senior Non-Executive of Redrow Plc and was a director of RICS Business Services. He is non-Executive Chairman of a Jersey based private property company; non-Executive of two other private property companies and Managing Director of a family property company. He was a pro bono member of the property advisory committees of both Imperial College London and Sue Ryder.
Harkirat Singh
Harkirat began his banking career at the Citibank training centre in Lebanon. He then moved to Grindlays Bank, where he was the country head, India for foreign exchange and securities. Following this, he worked in Deutsche Bank for 18 years, starting the bank's operation in India in 1981. He led Deutsche Bank's first foray into venture capital with an investment in India's first venture capital company 'Indus Venture Capital India Private Limited'.

After leaving Deutsche Bank, he was appointed Special advisor to the managing board of Rabobank International. In 2002, Rabobank and Harkirat were granted approval for establishing a private bank in India and Harkirat was appointed CEO and Managing Director for the new entity until end 2003.

Harkirat is a member of the Board of Governors of the National Institute of Bank Management in India, a member of the advisory board of GEMS, a private equity fund based in Hong Kong, the chairman of the finance committee of the Indian Merchants Chamber and a member of the CEO Forum of the Economic Intelligence Unit of The Economist.

Harkirat Singh is an advisor to the board of K2 Property Limited, the Mauritian subsidiary of Yatra Capital with effect from October 1, 2015. He resigned as a member of the Investment Sub Committee with effect from October 1, 2015.
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