Sajeed "Titu" Asghar
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER FOR MORONGO BAND OF MISSION INDIANS
In 2016, Sajeed “Titu” Asghar was appointed by Morongo Band of Mission Indians, TCM’s majority owner, as TCM’s Executive Chairman. He is responsible to direct & oversee the day-to-day operations of Morongo and to take all steps that he deems fit to facilitate the recommendations of the “Special Board of Managers” for the future activities of the Company. In this role, he has been attending Issuer and Investor meetings to express the importance of Morongo’s investment in TCM and the tribe’s goal to expand the role of American Indians in the financial services space. Since 2016 he has served as Chief Executive Officer of Morongo and is tasked with the Management and oversight of all businesses and enterprises. In 2011, he served as the Director of Economic Development for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, establishing the strategic investment plan for economic growth and diversification, had oversight responsibilities for the Economic Development Fund and was responsible for sourcing, analyzing, vetting, negotiating, acquisition and management of deals. Additionally, Sajeed sourced deals in multiple sectors including: real estate, healthcare, green technology and entertainment. He established a vetting process to evaluate deals and streamlined implementation procedures and led due diligence and collaborated with support teams (legal, finance, stakeholders) to bring acquisitions to fruition. “Titu” supported inter-agency collaboration, establishing business structures and implementation policies. In 2005, Mr. Asghar was Special Projects Manager for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians where he performed valuations and conducted due diligence on private and public companies. In 2002, Sajeed worked as a Securities & Business Analyst for Capital Solutions & Co., Inc. where he performed securities analysis, M&A due diligence on the buy side, responsible for streamlining operations for efficiency and profitability, established corporate mutual fund.