Sujoy Bose is Managing Director & CEO of the National Investment and Infrastructure Fund of India. NIIF is a public-private partnership anchored by a significant minority investment from the Govt of India, which will leverage commercial institutional capital for investments in Indian infrastructure.
Prior to this, Sujoy spent 25 years at IFC, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, most recently as Global Co-Head and Director of Infrastructure and Natural Resources, where he oversaw IFC’s US$12.6 billion portfolio in transport, utilities, power, oil and gas and mining. Sujoy has held several senior positions at IFC, including that of Chief Investment Officer and Head of the US$1 billion IFC African Latin American and Caribbean Fund and as the Head of IFC’s Mumbai office. Sujoy has over 20 years of experience in emerging markets private equity and debt investments with IFC, where he has been responsible for several major emerging markets transactions, covering both debt and equity in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and MENA.
Sujoy holds an MBA from Rice University and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from St Xavier's College, Kolkata, India