An investment analyst by background, Jennie has been leading investor relations, corporate affairs, client marketing and corporate responsibility at senior management level in world-leading companies. Her experience, gained over 30 years in FTSE 100 companies and global investment banks, plays well to Disruptive III investment themes spanning three key global sectors: financial services, healthcare and energy. She has significant experience in managing stakeholders through complex and challenging strategic events such as M&A and strategic change, in high profile, global industries, including Astra Zeneca, Glaxo SmithKline and Deutsche Bank.
Wilhelm von Stotzingen joined the Disruptive Capital Finance team to lead several Swiss based projects. Wilhelm has over 10 years financial project work experience within Private Equity and the consumer goods sector. In his last role, he was Investment Director at Steinbock Mittelstandsbeteiligungen Management AG in Zürich where he was responsible for Deal Flow, Investment Analysis and Portfolio Controlling including operational and strategic value creation. From 2010 to 2015, Wilhelm held various management positions at Procter & Gamble in Geneva. As an entrepreneur he co-founded and runs a philanthropic company in Kenya.
Wilhelm holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of St. Gallen and is finalizing the Global Executive MBA at the IE Business School.
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ECJ ruling could cost UK pension funds £160bn, top financier warns
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Private Equity Muscles Into Britain's Booming Retirement Market
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Pension minister calls for pooled funds
18 November 2019Falling Bond yields, upon which so many pension schemes rely, is particularly problematic for “defined benefit” pension plans, which promise members a specific payout. They use high-grade bond yields to calculate the value of their future liabilities, and every small move downwards deepens their funding challenges.
Superfund delays are ‘egregious waste’ of investors’ capital
08 November 2019The chief executive of The Pension SuperFund has hit out at the government, over its failure to agree a regulatory framework for defined benefit consolidation despite ministers having encouraged the creation of the sector in the first place.