Currently Partner and global CFO at Meridiam, in charge of all corporate, administrative and financial activities of the Meridiam Funds and its management companies.
As one of Meridiam founders, he was involved in the setting up of the firm and initiated the company’s earliest investments in the United States and Europe.
Emmanuel holds an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Nantes and an Executive MBA from HEC Paris business school, and began his career at the Centre for Transport Studies at University College London.
Prior to Meridiam, he spent 8 years as project director at Egis Projects, where he managed a number of infrastructure projects from the Tender stage to financial close throughout Europe and the Asia/Pacific region. In particular, he closed the Daejeon Expressway in South Korea in 2001 and subsequently became the CEO of the Concession Company in charge of starting up its activities. he also supported the Business development activities of Egis in Australia in 2004.