Tim is a private equity executive with a background in renewable energy and technology. Before Dolma Impact Fund, Tim worked at Deloitte Corporate Finance in London, J.P. Morgan in New York and energy giant E.On. As an entrepreneur, he has started and sold two successful technology businesses.
Tim is Hon. Professor of Sustainable Business at The University of Nottingham and Guest Lecturer at London Business School where he gained his MBA.
He was awarded the OBE in the 2022 Queen’s Jubilee Honours List for services to British investment and economic development in Nepal.
Mrs. Yeung was the chairperson of the Executive Committee of the Mauritius branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) in 2009. She has also been an active member of the Executive Committee of the Association of Trust and Management Companies. She is also an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (UK) since 1997 and holds a Diploma in Management Studies from the University of Mauritius. Mrs. Yeung joined the Rogers Group in 1983, a listed conglomerate in Mauritius, and seconded to International Management (Mauritius) Ltd (the first management company to be licensed by Mauritius Offshore Business Activities Authority) in 1992 to start up the company in the offshore sector. From 2008, Mrs. Yeung is a director of TRI-PRO.
Mr. Iyaroo is currently the Chief Operating Officer at TRI-PRO and has considerable experience in the structuring and administration of investment vehicles, ranging from trusts vehicles, protected cell companies, private companies to private equity funds and hedge funds. His areas of specialisation include set up and administration of funds and companies, and company law and anti-money laundering compliance. Mr. Iyaroo joined the global business sector in 2005 and worked for one of the leading fund administrators in Mauritius from 2005 to 2009. In 2009, he joined TRI-PRO. Mr. Iyaroo holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance with Law and a Master of Science degree in Finance from the University of Leicester.