Atul Kamra is Managing Partner of SixThirty, a global FinTech seed fund and business development program and co-founding General Partner of SixThirty CYBER. The SixThirty funds attract the most innovative FinTech and Cyber Security companies from across the globe, and work with like-minded corporate partners and mentors to accelerate their growth.
Prior to his role at SixThirty, Atul served as Senior Managing Director and head of Advice for Wells Fargo Advisors, overseeing investment research, strategy, portfolio management and advice quality, serving 15,000 financial advisors, 3.3 million client households and $1.3Tn in client assets. In previous roles, Atul was President of First Clearing, Wells Fargo’s clearing business. He joined Wells Fargo from Booz & Co, where he was a Partner and Practice Leader of Booz’s Capital Markets & Wholesale Banking business. In earlier roles with American Express Bank in India, he was a relationship manager with the Corporate Banking Group and managed the western region’s Capital Markets Group.
Active in civic and community affairs, Atul’s passion is around education, entrepreneurship and diversity. He was the architect and executive leader of Wells Fargo’s partnership with the St. Louis Public Schools, the firm’s signature community effort. He serves on the boards of Webster University, the St. Louis Public Schools Foundation, St. Louis Fashion Fund & Incubator, and Prosper Institute,. He is a member of the Greater St. Louis Financial Forum, a CEO-led industry round table, serves on the BioSTL Coalition, and is on the Board of Advisors of Olin School of Business’ CFAR at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Atul and his wife, Anjali, live in St. Louis, with their two children, Armaan and Veda. Atul grew up in Mumbai, India. He has a bachelor’s degree in commerce from Bombay University, where he was awarded a National Merit Scholarship and has a license to practice as a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He attended Duke University in Durham, NC, where he earned his MBA degree on a Rotary International scholarship.