Board of Directors
Prasad V. Potluri
Chairman & Managing Director
A serial entrepreneur in the global outsourcing services space; he has successfully built and sold 3 companies while serving the needs of the Fortune 1000 marketplace. Within the global investment community, he is a respected thought leader. During an entrepreneurship-packed decade, he has been the driving force behind many companies, including Procon Inc, Albion Orion Company LLC, Irevna Ltd. Procon Inc. was acquired by RCM Technologies in 1998. AOC, LLC was acquired by SSI in 2000 for INR 292 Crores, the then largest cross-border deal. Irevna Limited was acquired by CRISIL (S&P India) in 2005. He is a Strategic Investor in Maven Corp and Karvy Consultants & a Founding Investor of CBay Systems. Mr. Potluri is the Chairman and MD of PVP.
Mr. Sohrab Chinoy Kersasp
Mr. Sohrab Chinoy Kersasp, 65 (Sixty Five) years old is a Retired Banker and Corporate Advisor. He has completed his graduation in Mathematics and post-graduation in Economics from Nagpur University. He has more than 24 years’ experience in State Bank of India as Assistant General Manager and 6 (Six) years with IDBI Bank as Regional Head (South India) Corporate Banking.
N. S. Kumar
Independent Non-Executive Director
A hardcore technocrat, he holds over 25 years of experience in information technology and project management & is aware of best business practices. Also, he has been actively involved in multiple international assignments and managed several initiatives in development, project development and quality assurances. He earned his MS in Computer Science Operations from Ohio University, USA and BE from Guindy College of Engineering, Chennai. Mr. Kumar is a Member of the Audit Committee, Remuneration Committee and Investor’s Grievance Committee of PVP.
Non-Independent, Non-Executive Women Director
A Bachelor Graduate in Commerce also semi-qualified Chartered Accountant and Company Secretary and has six (6) years of experience in Auditing, Project/Revenue Management and Finance in Real Estate Sector.
If there’s one sector which is poised for further growth and consolidation, it is real estate.
In 2011, private equity funds parked investments to the tune of $1,700 million in real estate.
Media & Entertainment
600 television channels … 70,000 newspapers … 1,000 films annually …
100 million pay-television households …
PVP focuses on acquisitions and financing arising out of special situations in Indian
and global markets.