Mary D'Souza
Managing Director, Sixiang Holding (SFO)

Mary D’Souza is a Managing Director at Sixiang Holding. She is the Chief Investment Officer for the Family Office and is responsible for investments in a wide range of products such as fixed income, equities, funds, real estate and structured products. Prior to this, she operated in a similar role as Managing Director at Four M Investments, LLC, a Family Office, and was responsible for capital markets for Four M’s portfolio companies and real estate.

Ms. D’Souza was a Managing Director with GE Capital in New York for 9 years, where her accomplishments included launching the company’s Second Lien/Mezzanine initiative and helping establish GE’s Unitranche fund. She helped make the junior capital unit a leading force in the junior capital space and played a significant part in structuring and placing of debtors-in-possession financings($1.9B Delta Airlines DIP), EXITS (Delta Airlines, US Air), restructuring, acquisition and recapitalization financings. Prior to GE Capital, Ms. D’Souza spent five years at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson in the U.S. and Europe structuring and raising capital for U.S. and international companies, working on structured financings and private equity financings and funds.

Ms. D’Souza has substantial experience in originating, analyzing, structuring, and placing debt and equity securities for leading financing firms. She completed 125+ financing transactions valued at over $13 billion during her 19-year career with corporations in the manufacturing, services, airlines, energy, media, and healthcare sectors. She has addressed industry conferences, been widely quoted in the financial news media and published articles about financing trends. Prior to Four M Investments, she spent 3 years in investment and commercial banking where she was responsible for building strong alliances with private equity funds, banks, BDCs, SBICs, commercial and industrial firms, and intermediaries. She worked with companies on private and public equity and debt financings.