In an environment strongly influenced by short-term demands, Finalpha believes that the willingness and capacity to take a long-term approach is a distinct competitive advantage.
Since our founding in 2001, this philosophy has led Finalpha to develop deep relationships with prestigious institutional investors across Europe.
We are cognizant that the funds we serve represent the lives, dreams, and futures on which investors and their families depend. Because of this realization, we, and the organizations with whom we work must all commit ourselves to adhering to the fundamental principles of integrity, fairness, transparency and trust.
David co-founded Finalpha (originally Finenza) in 2008 after working as Director of Sales for the firm IT Asset Management. David has accumulated 14 years of sales and marketing experience during which he collaborated closely with French and Italian investors in the fund industry.
Before 2001, he was a Senior Forex Trader at Crédit Agricole Group. Outside of investment, David assumed roles as the treasurer of the Institut Andre Neher, the president of a local NGO, and as a board member of two Microfinance institutions, Chamroeun (Cambodia) and MicroFinance Solidaire (France).
David graduated from both L’Institut Supérieur de Gestion (Paris) and Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (Paris). Additionally, he spends his free time skiing, running and reading history. David is married and has four children.
Nathalie joined Finalpha (previously Finenza) in January 2019, as Sales Director. She was previously CEO and CIO at Primonial AM. Nathalie has more than 20 years of experience in finance. She started her carreer as a sell-side equity analyst for Détroyat Associés, then joined Scor as a bond analyst and then became Head of Research at Gefip. Nathalie graduated from Paris II University with a MBA in Econometrics. Nathalie has co-founded The Daily.finance, a website dedicated to the Fund industry.
Nathalie is married and has two children. She enjoys traveling with her family.