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Rahul Swani

Managing Director

  • MBA, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • BA, Tufts University, Economics & Environmental Studies

Rahul Swani

Rahul is a Managing Director with Aeris Partners. Rahul has more than 15 years of technology M&A and consulting experience spanning a number of high-growth software and SaaS sectors and verticals, including EdTech, Energy & Power, Field Service Management, Supply Chain Management, Data and Analytics, Healthcare IT and Digital Media. Rahul has extensive experience advising private equity, venture capital and founder-owned companies on a range of strategic M&A, divestiture and private placement transactions.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining Aeris, Rahul was a Vice President with Harris Williams & Co., where he helped build the firm’s technology group and established its efforts in data and analytics. Previously, Rahul served as a Senior Consultant with Investor Group Services (IGS), where he provided strategic and market diligence advisory services to companies serving a broad range of industries, including technology and healthcare. Previously, Rahul worked as an Analyst with the Alternative Asset Fund of W.R. Huff & Co., and as an environmental economic policy research analyst.

Representative Transactions

  • Sale of Exostar to Arlington Capital Partners
  • Sale of Equiant to Concord
  • Divestiture of Servant Keeper to Pacific Lake Partners
  • Sale of Concord to Inverness Graham
  • Sale of W Energy Software to True Wind Capital / M33 Growth
  • Sale of iN2L to Vista Equity Partners
  • Sale of Elemica to Eurazeo SE (EPA: RF)
  • Sale of Medbridge to Brentwood Associates
  • Sale of Casamba to Net Health
  • Sale of WolfePak to Charlesbank
  • Strategic Investment in Kev Group by Serent Capital
  • Sale of Cycle Computing to Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)
  • Strategic Investment in Grammarly by General Catalyst, IVP, Spark Capital and others
  • Sale of Finalsite to Bridge Growth
  • Sale of iModules to Leeds Equity Partners
  • Sale of iSqFt to Genstar Capital
  • Sale of FiveCubits to CommandAlkon