Louis Loizou, GC Privé Co-founder

Inspired by sacred geometry and the Flower of Life in particular, Louis decided to create a private institution with a vision to be second to none in terms of providing an unparalleled service on a holistic basis to ultra-high net worth individuals and their families.

Highly analytical, with a background in econometrics and mathematics, he remains at the forefront of product innovation with private clients as his focal point. Louis currently acts as trusted advisor to some of the world's most affluent individuals and family offices, while he envisages transforming GC Privé to the world's leading private office and the point of contact for ultra-high net worth individuals and their families; but more importantly Louis aspires to engage and inspire the younger generation of wealthy individuals.

Louis has extensive experience in investment banking and wealth management, having worked for Citigroup, Barclays Capital and Kleinwort Benson advising multinational corporations, financial institutions, ultra-high net worth individuals, family offices and charitable organisations.

He has been an advisor to international mergers and acquisitions of multi-billion dollar valuations, as well as equity and debt capital raising transactions. Louis co-managed a multi-asset absolute return fund of USD 500 million on behalf of ultra-high net worth clients and charitable institutions.

Louis has also worked as an economist at the Her Majesty’s Treasury under the leadership of the ex-UK Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown. He is also an associate member of the European Business Angels Association. Additionally, he was a visiting lecturer at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

He holds an MSc in Mathematical Finance with Distinction from Christ Church College, University of Oxford, and a BSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics. He also holds the Investment Management Certificate.

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