SINGAPORE - Singapore sovereign investor Temasek Holdings has hired former Bank of America-Merrill Lynch investment banker Promeet Gosh as a managing director for India.
Gosh will be based in Mumbai and work with Temasek's India head Rohit Sipahimalani to manage the firm's investments in the country, a Temasek spokesman told Reuters on Friday.
Gosh left Bofa-Merrill last year, Indian media had reported.
Temasek, which owns a small stake in India's ICICI Bank , earlier this year invested in India's Godrej Consumer Products Ltd.
The state investor, which manages about US$150 billion (S$193 billion) in assets, has hired a number of investment bankers in the past few months including Credit Suisse's global head of mergers and acquisitions Boon Sim.