GBP Capital Names Ex-Goldman Exec Malhotra As Capital Markets Head

Jun 15 2017 | 8:40pm ET

GBP Capital has named former Goldman Sachs executive Anisha Malhotra as head of capital markets and a member of the company’s accounting and finance teams. 

In her new role, Malhotra will be focused on leading the firm’s capital markets activities, including structuring and executing acquisition financings, refinancings, and amendments for GPB Capital’s operating companies.. She will be based in New York and report to CFO Macrina Kgil. 

Prior to joining GPB Capital, Ms. Malhotra spent more than ten years at Goldman Sachs, where she was a senior member of the firm’s debt underwriting group and held similar responsibilities. She began her career at JPMorgan Chase, where she helped identify acquisition targets and formulate international strategy for the firm.

“Anisha’s wide range of debt financing expertise will help us place our income-producing, middle-market operating companies in a stronger position to achieve their long-term goals,” said David Gentile, Founder and CEO of GPB Capital, in the statement. “Her insights also enable us and our operating company partners to potentially deliver greater distributions to the investors who directly benefit from their success.”

GPB Capital emerged from the corporate advisory and public accounting firm Gentile, Pismeny & Brengel LLP, which was founded in 1972. The New York-based company focuses on income-producing private equity, has more than $1 billion in assets and has acquired or invested in more than 70 portfolio companies.


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