Pascal started his corporate career as an operational executive in New York and Paris before joining Chausson Finance in 1999, co-founding Aelios Finance in 2004 and Global Equities Corporate Finance in 2010. Pascal managed 100+ successful fundraising operations and is a board member of many companies financed through venture capital.
Pascal is a graduate of the IMIP-MBA Institute, he was a member of the financing commission of CroissancePlus, and was a professor at HEC Entrepreneurs.
Romain started his career in the US-based IT Business Unit of Schneider Electric, where he worked on M&A opportunities and corporate alliances. He then joined Global Equities Corporate Finance in 2012 and Ader Finance in 2014 where he led 30+ fundraising rounds and M&A deals for tech companies.
Romain is also an active business angel with a dozen investments, including Zenly (acquired by Snap Inc), Payfit, Side, Georges, Ouihelp, Wavy, etc. Romain is a graduate of EMLYON Business School.
Martin joined Ader Finance in 2017 as an analyst. Prior to that, he interned within the Investment team at Credit Agricole CIB where he focused on Mid Cap companies. He has others professional experiences both in Paris, Hong Kong and London. With Ader Finance, he worked on a dozen fundraising and M&A deals.
Martin also co-founded a B2C start-up based in Paris. He holds a Master’s degree in Financial Engineering from ESSCA and was a team member of the W Project where he met several French entrepreneurs worldwide.
Talel joined Ader Fiance as an analyst. Previously, he was financial analyst & business developer for Papernest. He also worked for Hiboo focusing on media industry.
He graduated from ESSEC Business School and Paris-Dauphine University where he studied in Paris, Singapore and Madrid.
Maxime joined Ader Finance as an analyst. Previously, he held finance positions at startups such as Vestiaire Collective and Jam.
Graduated from Sciences Po Paris, he also obtained a bachelor degree in Mathematics from Sorbonne University.
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