Sunaina Sinha London, UK
- Founder and Managing Partner of Cebile Capital
- 40 Under 40 Rising Stars in Private Equity, Power100 Women, Asian Women of Achievement Award Recipient
- Chairman of the Board of Directors of Barrecore and Mindful Chef, Board Member at mGrana
Sunaina Sinha is founder and Managing Partner of Cebile Capital, a leading private equity advisor. Cebile is a trusted liquidity provider for investors, advising buyers and sellers of private equity, infrastructure, real estate and illiquid interests around the world. They are a strategic partner to general partners and alternative investment managers, placing top quartile mid-market funds on a global basis with institutional investors.
Sunaina speaks frequently about mindfulness in business, especially in finance. She also inspires audiences by giving workshops on negotiation strategies and networking skills.
Before founding Cebile, Sunaina Sinha worked at Brevan Howard Asset Management, a $30 billion hedge fund and absolute return manager in London, UK. Prior to Brevan Howard, she was with Bridgewater Associates, an $80 billion asset manager in Westport, Connecticut.
Sunaina Sinha holds several other roles including Chairman of the Board of Directors of Barrecore, Europe’s largest fitness boutique with twelve locations across the UK, Chairman of the Board of Mindful Chef, an online recipe box delivery business, Board Member of mGrana, a Latin America focussed fintech business, a pro-bono Business Advisor at Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies and is a member of the London Committee of Human Rights Watch- building awareness for human rights violations and issues around the world. She is also an investor in several other technology businesses including Baby Mori and Imagine Curve. Interestingly, Sunaina Sinha is a Certified Sommelier from the Court of Master Sommeliers.
Sunaina has a B.S. in Management Science and Engineering and an M.S. in Chemical Engineering, both from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Sunaina is also passionate about inspiring more women to pursue careers in finance and changing an ‘old boys’ mentality that prevents female ascendancy. In a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar, she stated that fewer than seven per cent of senior positions in Private Equity were held by women. Cebile has bucked this trend and employs a 50/50 gender split in its workforce.