Jean-Marc has been involved in a number of non-profit organizations since 2004. He was an investment banker for 16 years before joining Alterfin as the General Manager. In 2011, he co-founded Children of the Mekong UK and has been chairman since then.

Jean-Marc Debricon Chairman

Laure is a communications professional, having worked over 15 years with world-leading communications and financial Public Relations agencies. She is also a strong advocate of impact investing and measurement.

Laure Lagrange Trustee

Andreas is the founder of Breakwater Capital Ltd. (BWC) an investment management firm exclusively focused on the maritime industry. He is Danish/Norwegian, has served in the Royal Danish Air force and has lived and worked in Asia, the US and Europe.

Andreas Povlsen Trustee

Camille has been a Trustee since July 2015. Prior to this, she volunteered for Children of the Mekong US. She worked for 7 years in Luxembourg and London in the asset management industry, as a product specialist for investment funds.

Camille Burgerhout Trustee

Anthony is a seasoned senior banker with truly global experience in his field and who has had an extensive portfolio of responsibilities in finance, financial services and associated industries over the course of his career.

Anthony Osijo Trustee

Part of the original team to open a permanent presence in the UK in 2011. Through her job at a major UK investment bank, Julia expanded child sponsorships, fundraising and volunteer participation in charity activities.

Julia Goh Trustee
Marcus Fedder

Marcus works as a board member in finance and is busy with a start-up in the medical sector, advisory work, writing and painting. He sponsors Children of the Mekong by selling his paintings

Marcus Fedder Trustee

Guillaume is the Director-General of Enfants du Mekong (EDM). As the only trustee who sits on the boards of both organisations, he ensures that our actions in the UK are aligned with EDM’s vision and mission.

Guillaume d’Aboville Trustee

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