Investment banker, head of Mergers and Acquisitions and private equity.
Chairman of the Investment Committee, Brock Opportunity Fund; Co-founder, Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation; Director, United Way. Former Vice Chairman, Merrill Lynch Investment Banking and Chairman/Co-CIO, Merrill Lynch Ventures.
l’École Polytechnique (Paris, France); Northwestern U. Kellogg School M.B.A
Alain Lebec is a member of Brock Capital LLC.
Previously, Mr. Lebec served as Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer at Merrill Lynch Ventures. He was also Vice Chairman of the Investment Banking Group at Merrill Lynch, Managing Director and Head of the Telecom, Media and Technology Investment Banking Department, Managing Director and Co-Head of the Mergers and Acquisitions Department, Vice-President of International Banking, and an Associate in the Corporate Finance Group in Chicago.
Mr. Lebec served in the French Army as a Second Lieutenant in the 46th Infantry Regiment based in Berlin, Germany. He is a Director and Co-Founder of READ (Reading Excellence And Discovery) Foundation, a literacy program for inner-city children in New York, Director of the United Way of Greenwich, and a Trustee of the Brunswick School.
Alain Lebec holds a Diplome d’Ingénieur from l’École Polytechnique in Paris and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.Short Biography
Senior consultant, advisor in global corporate finance; corporate and business unit strategy, M&A and marketing in consumer goods, telecomm and e-commerce.
Investor, Director and Chief Strategy Officer, Passlogix; Chairman, the Netherland-America Foundation; Trustee, the Hewitt School; Honorary Board Member, Chair and President, Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York; Member, Harvard Business School Alumni Council. Former Senior Director, McKinsey & Company, Inc.; Founder and Leader, Global Corporate Finance Practice of McKinsey; Co-Leader, McKinsey’s E-Commerce Practice.
University of Leiden, the Netherlands, Candidate and Masters Degree in Corporate and Commercial Law; Harvard Business School, M.B.A.
Ennius Bergsma is a Senior Managing Director with Brock Capital and focuses on Corporate Advisory including Strategic Planning, Valuations and Organic Growth. He also advises clients on general finance matters and e-commerce opportunities.
In his 25 years at McKinsey & Company, Inc., where he was Senior Director, Mr. Bergsma founded and led the Firm’s global Corporate Finance Practice and was Co-Founder and Co-Leader of McKinsey’s E-Commerce Practice. He initiated McKinsey’s Marketing Sciences Practice, led the effort that synthesized McKinsey’s approach to Business Strategy, was a leader of McKinsey’s Consumer and Telecommunications sectors and was core member of the McKinsey Strategy Initiative that crafted the Firm’s priorities. Mr. Bergsma’s client service has focused on the development of new businesses in e-commerce, financial services, consumer goods and telecommunications. He led numerous teams creating new businesses, with values ranging from $500 million to $5 billion. Mr. Bergsma is still associated with the Firm as member of the McKinsey Advisory Council.
Mr. Bergsma helped establish Passlogix’s overall strategic direction and priorities. He joined Passlogix in 2000, but has been involved with Passlogix since its inception as both an investor and advisor.
He is Chairman of the Netherland-America Foundation, Trustee of the Hewitt School, Honorary Board Member, past Chair and President of the Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York and past member of Harvard Business School’s Executive Council. Mr. Bergsma holds a Candidate and Masters Degree with distinction in Corporate and Commercial Law from the University of Leiden in The Netherlands, and an M.B.A. with distinction from the Harvard Business School.Short Biography
Investment banker; business consultant; published author; expert in Asian, Eurasian and global affairs.
Experienced in M&A, strategic advisory work, and capital raises in industries such as energy, technology, mining, life sciences, transportation, consumer goods, and commercial real estate; previously, Director, Brock Capital Group; Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Asia Quarterly; Center Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University; Associate in Research, Korea Institute, Harvard University; <a href=”http://www.finra.org” target=”_blank”>FINRA</a> Series 7 & 63; Member, Pacific Council on International Policy.
Williams College B.A.; Harvard University Ph.D.
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