Murtaza Ahmed is a Managing Partner at SoftBank's Latin America Fund, before which he was at SoftBank's Vision Fund. He started his career at Deutsche Bank and then joined Goldman Sachs where he was promoted to Managing Director at the age of 30, and Head of the Emerging Markets Structuring team. Murtaza is on the board of EMPower, a global philanthropy focused on at-risk youth in emerging market countries, that strategically invests in vital, local organizations who work to empower youth. Murtaza has completed 4 marathons (Paris, Barcelona, Rome and Stockholm), and his passions and hobbies include hiking, skiing, and football. Murtaza read Mathematics at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, before which he attended Eton College.
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