Rehan Chaudri
Executive Chairman of Altan LLC, Director Global Strategic Projects, Kingdem Capital, Executive Director Global Strategy, CAS Venture Capital

Mr. Rehan Chaudri leads the efforts to work with worldwide partners to develop innovative media/entertainment, health care, and clean energy projects. He was previously a portfolio manager at Altrinsic Global Advisors (National Bank of Australia had acquired a stake), which had managed $15 billion of global investments. As one of the largest partners, he was instrumental in growing its asset base through his extensive relationships with leading institutional pension and savings funds in Europe, North America, and the Asia Pacific regions. Additionally, Mr. Chaudhri was a portfolio manager for Lazard Asset Management on its $30 billion fund, where its investment returns performed in the top quartile during his tenure. His previous investment experience includes Brandywine Asset Management’s (Franklin Templeton group company) highly ranked global and international investments as a Managing Director. As a telecommunications equity analyst for Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong SAR, he was responsible for the Korea Telecom research, which covered one of the largest global equity offerings. He began his career as a technology and strategy management consultant and worked for Booz, Allen & Hamilton in New York and London. He has gained significant experience in the emerging markets as they were liberalized in the 1990s to the modern times when they have become the growth engine of the world economy. Mr. Chaudhri has been an investor in private technology companies that were listed or sold through acquisitions. He has advised corporations with a specific focus on developing technologies for practical applications in the emerging markets. During his career, he has had global responsibilities and has invested in over fifty countries. He has spoken in Davos and at the United Nations with specific focus on how new technologies can be applied to increase social indicators and accelerate GDP in emerging economies. A graduate of McGill University in Montreal, he received his MBA from the Wharton School.