Antoine was an entrepreneur in Madagascar during 8 years in which he set up, developed and then sold out three clothing companies (2,500 employees in total).
Previously, between 1988 to 1994, he was manager at Bain & Co in Paris and London. He has a Master Degree in Management from ESCP-Europe and a MBA from INSEAD.
Alexis has been an entrepreneur in digital media and real estate for the past 15 years. Previously, he was also Head of Strategic Planning at Universal Studios in Los Angeles. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School
Fund Administration Team
Fund Administration Team
At Adenia since 2013, Mariam spent six years with Emerging Capital Partners during which she was in charge of deal execution and portfolio monitoring for their pan-African funds with a geographical focus on West and Central Africa. She previously served as internal controller for PISAM in Abidjan, one of the largest private medical centers in West Africa.
Earlier, she was a manager in Ernst & Young’s Paris office where she was involved in restructuring initiatives for distressed companies. She began her career as financial analyst at Butler Capital Partners, a Paris-based private equity fund. Mariam holds a masters degree from ESSEC in France and the DESCF (French CPA preparatory diploma).
At Adenia since 2011, Christophe previously worked as Senior Investment Officer and then Deputy Head of the Private Equity division of Proparco (AFD Group) in Paris for five years, making direct and fund investments in Brazil, Africa and MENA regions. He had previously worked at Lazard Frères (Paris) for three years as an Associate, involved in both French and cross-border merger operations.
Christophe is a post-graduate from Sciences-Po (Paris) in Economic Development and Political Studies. He also holds a Master in Finance and Business Studies from EDHEC School of Management (Lille), in France.
At Adenia since 2012, Nnennia has six years experience as a private equity investment professional and business strategist. She developed her deal skills at Sverica International, a lower middle-market buyout firm based in San Francisco.
Nnennia also worked for the International Finance Corporation based in Lagos, Nigeria. She began her career as a management consultant at the Monitor Group (Boston). She earned her Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Principal at Adenia since 2011, Florent worked as a consultant for Bain & Co (Paris) for six years, conducting more than 20 projects of strategy, private equity due diligence, organization, performance improvement and transformation in various sectors, with a strong focus on emerging markets.
He also previously worked in the investment team of Eurazeo, a French large cap private equity firm. Florent is a graduate from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (Paris), majoring in Finance.
At Adenia since 2014, Charles spent over four years at the Boston Consulting Group as a management consultant, developing skills in business strategy development, operations, performance management, organization and industry specific topics from project experience in the US, Europe and Africa.
Previously he worked as an engineer at Applied Materials, providing project execution and management and engineering support within the semiconductor industry. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Martha has more than ten years experience as a private equity investment professional. She developed her deal skills at mid-market private equity firm RFE Investment Partners in the US, and most recently at Catalyst Principal Partners an east African private equity firm in Kenya. Martha started her career executing leveraged buy-out transactions at Citigroup in New York. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Lafayette College in the US and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
At Adenia since 2006, Tojo previously worked for a Malagasy venture capital fund, where he learned private equity fundamentals and financial modeling. Tojo studied at ESC Rouen (France) where he obtained a degree at IFI (Institut de Formation Internationale) and a masters’ degree of International Business Development.
At Adenia since 2013, Koloina previously worked at mergers and acquisitions firms in Paris and Madagascar. She started her career as a financial analyst for GE Capital in Paris. Koloina holds a Master’s degree from Paris Dauphine, majoring in Finance and focusing on Emerging Markets, and an MBA from INSEAD.
Fund Administration Team
Fund Administration Team
Investment Associate, Ghana Office
With Adenia since 2017
DS Smith (2015-2017), Citi (2013-2015)
B.S. from Warwick Business School
Investment Associate, Côte d’Ivoire Office
With Adenia since 2017
Rothschild (2016), Société Générale (2015)
Master from EM Lyon
• Managing Director of Adenia
• Chairman and CEO of UNIMA, one of the largest private groups in Madagascar
• Previously financial analyst at BFCE (New York)
• Studied at ESSEC (France)
Jean-Loup Brousse de Gersigny
• Founder of Intermediate Capital Group (ICG) and Managing Director until 2004, leading mezzanine fund in Europe
• Currently advisor and director for a few private equity funds as nonexecutive
• MBA from the London Business School
• Co-founder and Managing Partner of BC Partners between 1987 and 2005, leading private equity fund manager in Europe • Previously, Chief Executive of the commercial refrigeration division Thomson SA, and Chief Executive of Lohr SA, a car transporter manufacturer
• 8 years’ experience investing in unlisted companies at IDI • Engineering degree from the Swiss Institute of Technology and an MBA from INSEAD
• Founder and Managing Director of Adenia
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