Go Beyond announces new CEO

20.03.2017 13:56

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Christopher Rolfe takes over as the new CEO of Go Beyond.  Brigitte Baumann, the founder, and current CEO will assume the role of Executive Chairperson and Chief Investment Officer.  She will remain actively involved in the organization.

Christophe Rolfe has acquired extensive early stage investment and operational experience in Europe, South Africa and the United Kingdom over the past two decades. He has strong senior management experience in the consumer products, finance, and technology sectors and has been involved in three early stage technology companies.  

He holds a bachelor’s degree in Politics & Economics from Princeton University and an MBA in Entrepreneurial Finance from Columbia University.  As an active member of the Young Presidents Organization over the last 12 years, Mr. Rolfe has held various chapter, regional and international roles within the global business organization.

“We are delighted to have Christopher join the Go Beyond family as CEO. His balance of growth-focused and entrepreneurial approach will help Go Beyond rise to the next level of success” commented Ms. Baumann.

About Go Beyond
Go Beyond Investing is a FinTech company transforming angel investing into a new scalable asset class for small and large, novice to experienced investors. It offers a unique deal platform, portfolio tools, syndication/pooling, due diligence, investment monitoring services, training and certification for deal leaders. Its clients are individuals, family offices, professional groups, and corporations. It is active in the EU, Switzerland, the Middle East, and the US.

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