FinTech Investor Forum is announcing two more high-profile speakers that will join investors from the likes of Balderton Capital, BlackFin and Northzone.
Taking place on November 24th in London this exclusive event brings together thought leaders from across the FinTech space to offer actionable insights on where the best opportunities lie in this ever-evolving sector.
The event will also offer time to network and connects with investors from leading firms and CEOs from the space’s most-exciting companies, ensuring an unequalled return on investment for attendees.
Tickets for this senior-level event are limited to just 300, so early registration is encouraged. If you want to play a role in the future of FinTech please get in touch with Aaron Sohdi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest high-profile investors to join the event are:
General Partner, Dawn Capital
Founding Dawn Capital in 2007 alongside Norman Fiore, Haakon has extensive investing, operational and venture capital experience and currently represents Dawn’s interest at Neo Technologies, 90MIN and First Care.
As an entrepreneur he co-founded Self Trade, an online broker and acted as the CEO for the British part of the business, as well as sitting on their European Executive Board. Self Trade was floated in April 2000 and then sold in October 2000 to DAB (a subsidiary of HVB of Germany) for €911m ($1bn).
Haakon studied mathematics at the University of Oslo and holds a B.A. (Hons) in Economics from University of Durham.
An active tech investor and startup mentor, Alexandre Covello founded AngelsCube in 2014. As well as acting as CEO of of the firm, Alexandre is also a Member of the Board of the Harvard Business School Angels Club of London where he co-chairs the screening committee.
Prior to founding AngelsCube, and for the past 15 years, Alexandre advised institutional investors on their global private equity allocations, having started his career as a management consultant and corporate finance attorney.
A French national, Alexandre graduated from Universite Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne Law School, the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and Harvard Business School.