Fengate Capital promotes Pranav Pandya to CFO role

Fengate Capital Management, a Canadian investment firm focused on infrastructure, real estate and private equity opportunities, has promoted Pranav Pandya to chief financial officer. Pandya, who joined Fengate in 2007, was previously its senior vice president, finance. Toronto-based Fengate has been an active investor in 2016. Deals include the firm’s partnership in the acquisition of Booth Centennial Healthcare Linen Services in March and its purchase of an ownership stake in an Australian cogeneration plant in April.


Fengate promotes Pranav Pandya to Chief Financial Officer

OAKVILLE, ON, Sept. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ – Fengate Capital Management (“Fengate”) announced today the promotion of Pranav Pandya to Chief Financial Officer effective immediately. Mr. Pandya will assume responsibility for global finance and accounting, and will provide oversight, leadership and direction for investor relations, corporate development and strategic planning.

“I am delighted to announce Pranav’s well-deserved promotion to CFO,” said President and CEO Lou Serafini, Jr. “Pranav has been an instrumental member of Fengate’s finance and accounting team and has developed and expanded his role during his nine years with Fengate. He has played an integral role in our success. With Pranav’s intimate understanding of the business and its stakeholders and his immense capabilities we know that he will continue to add tremendous value to Fengate.”

About Fengate
Fengate Capital Management Ltd. is a real asset investment firm that specializes in investment funds with a strategic focus on infrastructure, real estate and private equity. The firm has over $2 billion in assets under management with significant experience in Public-Private Partnerships, independent power projects, operating infrastructure assets and real estate developments. Fengate targets high quality investments across North America, Europe and Australia. Since 2007, the firm has been recognized as one of “Canada’s Best Managed Companies.”

Photo of Pranav Pandya courtesy of Fengate Capital Management