Father of five boys, erstwhile hiker, camper, and backpacker, compassionate libertarian, bizarrely coordinated rope jumper.
Amir founded Susquehanna Growth Equity in 2006 and Susquehanna Private Capital in 2016 with the owners of SIG. He focuses on investments in software and financial technology. He was previously a venture capitalist at TL Ventures and BRM Capital, and was also an investment banker at Robertson Stephens.
Amir grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and attended La Cueva High School. Although he doesn’t watch Breaking Bad, he is fairly certain that Walter White is modeled after his 7th grade physics teacher. In high school, Amir made a valiant attempt to be a wrestler, but moved on after a 4-4 season (three of his wins by forfeit). Instead, he became a coder in Assembler Language, Pascal and Basic, and was particularly adept on the Apple III computing platform. When Apple discontinued its then most disastrous commercial product line, he gave up his programming aspirations and took up the study of finance.