Ambalika Banerji quits Macquarie-SBI

Ambalika Banerji, a managing director at Macquarie-SBI Infrastructure, is understood to have left the organisation after spending eight years with the team. While her whereabouts and future plans are currently unknown, it is believed that August 31 was her last day in the organisation.

Macquarie-SBI managing director, Ambalika Banerji, has left the firm after spending eight years in the organisation, a source close to the company told Infrastructure Investor.

Ambalika Banjeri

It is believed that August 31 was Banerji’s last day in the company, which invests in infrastructure projects in India. Banerji has over 20 years of experience in advisory and financing assignments, financial structuring transactions and capital restructuring in India with Macquarie Bank, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, Barclays and State Bank of India.

Banerji was part of the Macquarie-SBI Infrastructure team that recently made an investment worth $304 million in Viom Networks, the Indian mobile phone tower operator. The team is currently led by chief executive Varun Bajpai, while other team members include deputy chief executive, Praveen Gupta, and managing director, Suresh Goyal.

Macquarie-SBI Infrastructure Fund is a joint venture between Macquarie Capital, State Bank of India and the International Finance Corporation, the private sector lending arm of the World Bank.