Olivier started his career at Ondra Partners, an independent corporate finance boutique, as a junior banker specialised in advising Financial Institutions.
He advised some of the largest banks in the UK and Europe on disposals and restructurings required in the post-crisis environment.
Within a few years, Olivier became a principal at the firm and advised a broad range of clients such as BP, HSBC, GDF Suez and Premier Foods.
He then founded Volpit, an equity crowdfunding platform, in 2013 and grew the business until its successful exit.
At just 24 years old, Olivier obtained an MBA from INSEAD.
He is currently a founder at Moteefe and is responsible for Strategy and Innovation within the scale-up.
Olivier graduated from UCL with a joint honours degree in Economics and Geography.
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