Farhana Saleh has over 12 years of experience in the financial sector of Bangladesh and 25 years overall. She is a firm believer in appropriate compliance and due diligence, and her expertise shows. Farhana has developed project finance initiatives for the IPCB (Industrial Promotion and Development Company of Bangladesh), the leading non banking financial institution set up by IFC, CDC, DEG, FMO and GoB. Moreover, she has also ventured into private equity investments as part of the team that launched the first PE Fund by Brummer and Partners with an amount of USD 10 Billion.
Lady Shri Ram College, India.
Degree in Economics
Institute of Business and Administration, Dhaka University.
Master of Business Administration
Throughout her career
She has led due diligence processes for investments, monitored statuses of investee companies and helped prepare them for exit through IPO or their best option available. She is dedicated to establishing trust between herself and her partners while providing success for her investors.
US State Global Women’s Mentoring Partnership Program
In 2007, she was selected to participate in the US State Department Global Women’s Mentoring Partnership Program. This prestigious program connects women leaders from around the world with top executives of Fortune 500 companies, where they strengthen their leadership skills and get connected to a strong network of women.