K. Rai Sahi was born in Mississauga, Canada, Canada, is CEO and Chairman, Morguard Corporation. K. Rai Sahi is #1767 in List Billionaires People In The World. K. Rai Sahi oversees a $21.5 billion real estate portfolio as CEO and chairman of Morguard Corp. His firm's 205 commercial, residential and hotel properties extend from Alberta, Canada to Illinois. Sahi heads TWC Enterprises, the largest golf club owner and operator in Canada. Sahi, an Indian native, was a certified accountant and attended college in Kanpur, India.
"In 2009, Sahi was among seven Indo-Canadian who were conferred with the Voice Achievers Award for 2009 for their outstanding contributions in fields of film, trade, medicine, literature and sports
In 2007, Sahi was appointed to the board of directors of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
In "Who Owns Canada Now: Old Money, New Money and The Future of Canadian Business," by Diane Francis, Editor-at-Large for the National Post, Sahi is portrayed as an example of the "democratization of ownership in Canada from a country in 1986 owned by a few dozen rich families and conglomerates to hundreds of wealthy Canadian families, gigantic pension or mutual funds and millions of Canadian investors