With over 16 years of experience in alternative funds, Govind focuses on serving clients in private equity and private credit. He has advised companies at various stages of growth, including publicly listed firms, on internal control enhancements especially around the valuation function.
He spearheads the robotics and automation capabilities of the Los Angeles alternative fund practice by leading teams to develop efficiency plays using advanced analytics tools. An avid writer, Govind co-authored a whitepaper on the resurgence of interval funds and also launched a series of articles on credit funds.
Beginning his career with EY in Philadelphia, he relocated to Los Angeles in 2015. He earned his MBA in Finance from The Wharton School, an MS in Accounting from The University of Virginia, and a BS in Economics from Ohio Wesleyan University. Additionally, Govind is a CFA charterholder and a CPA in California and Pennsylvania.
How Govind is building a better working world
Govind helps build a better working world by striving to help clients consistently outperform their prior results. He is extremely focused on helping his clients discover new ways to innovate as well as operate efficiently. As technology accelerates at hyper-speed, he seeks to never let his teams or clients fall behind.