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jacques-antoine de geffrier

 

DIRECTOR AND CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

With an engineering degree from ESMA, he began his career at Banque Indosuez, before being appointed its deputy director in 1983. He then held positions with the banks Duménil Leblé and Joire, Pajot, Martin. He has been co-director of the Opportunité group since 1995. He holds 930,381 (18.71%) shares through LORD & DUKE

Remy allemane

DIRECTOR

Rémy Allemane founded SOLEA in 2011 after serving as Chief Executive Officer of SODEC (Société des Eaux du Congo), the ANACO Group (investment holding company specialized in public-private partnerships) and AID (African Industrial and Development Abidjan). Previously, he held executive roles with various financial institutions, including AMM Finance SA, CPR Group and Banque Duménil Leblé. He is a trained public works engineer (ESTP). He holds 1,194,102 (24.02%) shares through LUCIDUM INTERNATIONAL POLKA INVEST.

HUGHES LAMOTTE

DIRECTOR

After beginning his career as an analyst then a corporate trader in New York with Bankers Trust Company and Bear Stearns, he became chairman of Wertheim International in London. From 1993 to 2008, he created and led Atlas Capital Group, a management group, which he sold in 2008. Since then, he has been a private investor. He holds 1,010,646 (20.33%) shares.

ROBERT OSSELAER

DIRECTOR

After graduating from ICHEC Business School in Brussels, he began his career in 1973 with Heublein Inc. and held various positions within its EMEA regional office. From 1983 to 1986, he was VP of Relsky International, before becoming a member of its European Executive Committee. From 2000 to 2001, he founded and was a partner in the Belgian subsidiary of Transearch International. He is currently the founder and managing director of Opportunité. 

PIERRE MONCHEUR

 

DIRECTOR

Graduating in law from Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Mr Moncheur began his career in 1980 in the Congo, as a manager for Sozafer, a company specialising in the distribution of agricultural products. From 1985 to 1992, he continued his career in Luxembourg as a financial analyst and manager at Vermeulen-Raemdonck, a subsidiary of Bank Brussels Lambert. In 1992, he created his first Asset Management company, Finance et Conseil, which he ran until 1996 until the creation of a new wealth management company in Geneva, Moncheur & Cie, which he still directs.