Imran Khan is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse in the Investment Banking division, based in New York. He is the Head of Global Internet Investment Banking, responsible for coverage of many of the world’s most disruptive technology companies.
Imran joined Credit Suisse in May 2011 from JP Morgan where he was ranked one of the top internet and media equity analysts by Institutional Investor and was the IPO analyst for companies including Google, Shutterfly, Dice, Mercadolibre, Orbitz, and Shanda.
Imran has advised on more than USD 45 billion of internet M&A and financing transactions, including Alibaba Group’s repurchase of 20% stake back from Yahoo! for USD 7.6 billion, the sale of Toudu to Youku, and Warburg Pincus’s acquisition of Endurance International. Imran also advised Alibaba on its USD 25 billion IPO, the largest IPO in history, and worked on the IPOs of Zalando, Weibo, King, Everyday Health, Border Free, Groupon and Rocket Fuel.
Imran holds B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Denver.