Viney Sawhney

-Viney started his banking career at Citibank in 1967 where he managed the retail and commercial lending portfolio for eleven years.

-Viney was the Assistant General Manager of the National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) for a period of twelve years, managed the Regional Corporate Marketing and Syndications Unit, where he led over 35 syndicated deals totaling US $1.7 billion.

-In 1994, Viney founded the Boston-based Transcontinental Energy Company, Inc. (TEC), main achievements include acting as a catalyst and initial developer for winning project awards aggregating US $2.2 billion for two combined-cycle power plants and a liquefied natural gas (LNG) re-gasification terminal in a global bid environment; as well as developing a US $150 million infrastructure fund structure in collaboration with Commerzbank.

-Now, he is a president of Boston National Capital Partners, a specialty investment banking firm providing services to early-stage and middle market companies.

-Viney currently serves on the Adjunct Faculty of Harvard University and the Carroll School of Management, Boston College, where he teaches a project financing, and private equity course to MBA students.


 Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Sloan School of Management, Master of Science in Management Studies.