Dimple Sahni is a Managing Director Impact Funds Portfolios at Anthos Fund & Asset Management, a values-based asset manager, rooted in a single family office. She is responsible for originating investments, managing relationships, and helping to execute strategies for the fund portfolios dedicated to impact investing across all asset classes including private, listed and real assets.
In this de facto Mixed Asset Impact CIO role, she leads the firm’s strategy on impact portfolio construction and asset allocation.
In addition, Dimple also serves on the Investment Committee of the Nathan Cummings Foundation in support of 100% mission-aligned investing. She is also an inaugural member of the Global Impact Leaders, a curated community of thought leaders in impact developed by the Sorenson Impact Center.
In 2021, Dimple was recognised in PEI's (Private Equity International) global list as one of the 10 most influential women investing across asset classes. And recently, she earned a place in the Top 50 Women in Sustainable Finance in the Netherlands.
Originally from India, Dimple is an experienced investment professional – with over 20 years of experience in impact investing, investment banking and venture capital – who began her career in finance working for Goldman Sachs.
She then launched a social enterprise focused on education, Epylon, which was later sold to Accenture.
After working at L Capital Partners where she was a Kauffman Fellow, she shifted to impact investing at the Omidyar Network, Pierre Omidyar’s philanthropic investment arm. She continued her impact investing career with Unilever Corporate Ventures on its exploration of emerging Asia.
Most recently she was fund principal at the Hattery, an early stage impact investing and design firm which was sold to Google.
Dimple holds an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School and a BA in Economics from the University of Chicago. She is based in Amsterdam and she speaks English, Hindi and Dutch.