Samir’s expertise with emerging market investment funds covers many different perspectives. He led fundraising for a pan-African cross-border fund for Attijariwafa and Emerging Capital Partners, acting as Fund Manager. He was also the Vice President of Corporate and Structured Finance for Theolia Emerging Markets, a renewable energy investment firm, and led the corporate finance and structure finance entity at Société Générale Morocco. Previously, he conducted the execution and review of mergers and acquisitions for Société Générale in France and led their corporate and structured finance operations in Morocco.
Samir has a MBA with a major in Corporate Finance from GEM Business School in France.
Prior to joining LixCap, Yassine worked first as Financial Analyst at BMCI Corporate for 3 years during which he was in charge of analyzing the bank’s corporate client solvency, study of different project’s financing applications, as well as deals structuring. In 2016, Yassine joined “Blue Towers Holding” investment fund, a subsidiary of The ABRAAJ Group, dedicated to investments in Moroccan Health sector. Yassine held a position of Project Development Manager where he took in charge the study of the feasibility and profitability of investment projects, as well as their implementation.
Yassine holds an MSc in Finance and Investment from Middlesex the University in London and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Al Akhawayn University in Morocco.
Nibrass graduated from Al Akhawayn University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance and Logistics. She is fluent in Arabic, English, and French, and has a basic of knowledge in German (A1).
Before joining LixCap, Soukaina had internships in the fields of finance and procurement/logistics. She holds a Bachelor in Business Administration with a major in Finance and a minor in Logistics from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane. She is fluent in Arabic, French, and English.
Inssaf earned an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Al Akhawayn University, as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration with a double concentration in Finance/Logistics. She is fluent in Arabic, English, and French.
Prior to this role as a junior research analyst, Soukaina had internships in logistics and marketing. Her last experience was in a business development company named Develop Greece and that is located in Athens, Greece. During the internship period she was responsible for the local market analysis that includes customers’ needs, competitors, and customer relationship.
She holds a bachelor degree in Business and Administration from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, with a major in Management and a minor in Logistics. She is fluent in Arabic, French, and English.
Prior to her role in LixCap, Keltoum was an Administrative and Accounts Manager in a Print Agency in Morocco in which she was in charge of the client accounts, measurement of cash flows, and management of the different financial activities of the company (AP,AR)
Oum Keltoum Badalla earned a master’s degree in Marketing Communications (Class 2016) from the University of Westminster in the United Kingdom, and holds a Bachelor in Business Administration concentrated in Finance and Marketing from Al Akhawayn university in Ifrane. Keltoum is fluent in Arabic, French and English.
Her prior experiences were mainly in the automobile industry. With an internship in the Finance department of Fiat Chrysler Automobile in Casablanca, she helped forecast automobile sales per model, version and series. She was also involved in variance analyses of past, real and forecasted, monthly net incomes.
With an Associate in Arts degree in Engineering, from Valencia College in Orlando, Florida, she went on to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Management Science with a concentration in Finance at Al AkhawaynUniverity in Ifrane. She is fluent in French, English and Arabic.
Previously, he worked as an accountant in an accounting firm (ACECA) and then as a commercial insurance agent in SAFLOC. His mission was to manage accident records, and litigation case documents throughout the kingdom. Subsequently he worked at FSVC (Financial Services Volunteer Corps) as an administrative agent during the entire Maghreb Financial Sector Modernization program, which spanned from 2004 to2011. He was responsible assuring administrative support, bureaucratic, and travel logistics for field missions with international banking experts, regulators, etc. He is fluent in Arabic and French.