The Greenwich Ivy Long-Short Fund is advised by Greenwich Ivy Capital LLC (“Greenwich Ivy ™”), which is an SEC-registered investment adviser based in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Mr. Chetan Jindal is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Greenwich Ivy Capital.
Prior to founding Greenwich Ivy, Mr. Jindal was partner at a Greenwich, Connecticut, based investment firm with over $10 billion in AUM (Altrinsic Global Advisors). Before that, he was an investment analyst at a $5 billion fundamental equity fund based in New York, New York (Brahman Capital), and an investment banking analyst at a leading technology investment banking practice based in New York, New York (Credit Suisse).
Mr. Jindal has been deeply engaged in various industry ecosystems across the global equity spectrum, and has conducted extensive interviews with the CEOs, CFOs, and operating executives of some of the largest corporations globally.
Mr. Jindal is a magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, graduate of Yale College, with a double major in Economics & Computer Science. At Yale, he completed academic work with notable scholars including Robert Shiller (Economics Nobel), William Nordhaus (Economics Nobel), and David Swensen (former Yale Endowment CIO). In addition, Mr. Jindal has successfully completed all three examinations of the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
In his spare time, Mr. Jindal is an avid long-distance runner, and has completed several marathons and half-marathons thus far. He has written for Bloomberg LP on topics including economics, finance, investing, and politics.
In terms of community engagement, Mr. Jindal has served as Treasurer and Board Member for the Yale Alumni Association of Greenwich, Connecticut. He has also previously served in the Governance of the Yale Club of New York City.