30 years of experience in the financial industry (London, Paris, Geneva): investment banking (SG CIB, Goldman Sachs) and asset management (Lombard Odier, Deutsche Bank).
Last position: Head of Global Investments for Deutsche Bank Wealth Management EMEA.
Currently: Managing Partner of Perennium. Adjunct professor at HEC Paris business school (investments / SRI). Founding Board member of the Jane Goodall Legacy Foundation.
Master’s in Management (“Grande Ecole”) from HEC Paris (1991).
33 years of experience in the financial industry (London, Zürich, Geneva): investment banking (Goldman Sachs) and asset & wealth management (CIO of GS Bank, CIO and Partner of Darier Hentsch & Cie, MD at Ecofin and UBS Global Key Clients Solutions Group).
Last position: Director, UHNWI and Family Offices (Europe) for Pictet Wealth Management.
Currently: Partner and CIO of Perennium. Member & Treasurer, Association FXB International. Board Member of Fondation Gustave Ador.
Licence, Political Sciences / International Relations, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva (1984).
MBA, Emory University, Goizueta Business School, Rotary Scholar, Atlanta, Georgia (1988).
Inès de Chargères
11 years of experience in the financial industry (Milan, Paris): project finance (BNP Paribas).
Last position: VP Loan & Capital Management at BNP Paribas, with a portfolio located in Europe, Middle-East and Africa.
Currently: senior Investments & Portfolio Analyst at Perennium.
Master’s in Banking & Finance (DESS) from University of Paris Dauphine (2002), Certificate of Competence in Financial Controlling
from the Conservatoire National des Arts & Métiers (2017).
Federico de Marco
3 years of experience in the financial industry (Geneva): compliance (Arkéa Direct Bank) and trading (Anode).
Last position: junior trader for Anode International Trading (northwestern and central European energy markets).
Currently: intern at Perennium.
Master of Science (MSc) in Finance from HEC Lausanne (2021).
Anne Waldburger Berthenet
20 years of experience in the financial industry (Geneva): legal and compliance (Edmond de Rothschild Suisse, Broch & Associés, Compliance Angels).
Currently: Managing Partner of Compliance Angels. Head of Compliance for Perennium.
Law degree from the University of Geneva (1994),
Bachelor in business management from HEC Geneva (1997).
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Arnaud de Servigny
31 years of experience, 23 of which in the financial industry (New-York, London, Paris): quantitative analytics (Standard & Poor’s) and asset management (Barclays Wealth, Deutsche Bank).
Last position: Chief Investment Officer for Deutsche Bank Wealth Management.
Currently: Managing Partner of Bramham Gardens (research lab on artificial intelligence applications to asset management). Adjunct professor at Imperial College Business School in London (financial engineering, risk management). Member of the Advisory Board of Perennium.
MSc in Civil Engineering from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées – Paris (1987), MSc in Quantitative Finance (DEA) from Paris-Dauphine University (1989),
PhD in Financial Economics from Panthéon-Sorbonne University (1997).
26 years of experience in the financial industry (London, Paris): mergers & acquisitions (BNP Paribas), venture capital (Galileo Partners, Elaia Partners), asset management (Spice Capital).
Currently: Managing Partner of a multi-strategies family office. Board Member of several nonprofits. French Foreign Trade Advisor. Member of the Advisory Board of Perennium.
Master’s in Management (“Grande Ecole”) from HEC Paris (1994),
LLM Private Law from Panthéon-Sorbonne University (1995).
30 years of experience in media, tech, sport and philanthropy sectors (including Communication Director for the IOC, Senior Executive of the Race for Water Foundation, advisor to the president of the World Economic Forum).
Currently: CEO of Transmutex SA (revolutionary nuclear technology for the transmutation of long-lived nuclear waste). Member of the Advisory Board of Perennium.
BS Electrical Engineering, Carnergie Mellon University (1986).
MS Applied History, Carnegie Mellon University (1988).