Working in ethical venture capital when finishing my studies in HEC - by Jeremy Hajdenberg[Proceedings] by Jérémy Hajdenberg

2009-11-27

Jeremy Hajdenberg is in charge of Investment in the company Investisseur et Partenaire pour le Développement

After two job experiences in the microcredit sector within two organizations (one in France and the other in the Philippines), Jeremy Hajdenberg chose to stay on this path, half way between finance and development, and to work for an ethical private equity fund, I&P. He is today in charge of identifying, analyzing and following investment projects in Africa.

Quote article  Jérémy Hajdenberg, « Working in ethical venture capital when finishing my studies in HEC - by Jeremy Hajdenberg », 27 november 2009, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/44.sls

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