Sir Patrick Bijou is a Level 7 Investment banker and Fund Manager. In addition to that, he is a senior banking redemption officer for the International Court of Justice.
Throughout the span of his diverse and extensive career, Sir. Patrick had the opportunity to see many changes throughout the financial industry. Due to his keen sense of innovation and adaptability, he has always managed to stay on top of the recent trends and industry developments, thriving in a career that already recounts decades of expertise.
As a registered private banker, analyst, fund manager and trader, Sir Patrick worked with major banking institutions worldwide, including Wells Fargo, Deutsche Bank, Credit Agricole CIB, and Calyon, and many more. He is particularly focused on debt capital markets and private placements, as well as structured products and other areas.
In addition to his wealth of senior banking experience, Sir Patrick also traded on Wall Street and is deeply familiar with the international bond markets, commodities, indices, forex, equites and derivatives capital markets.
With a doctorate in economics and over 30 years of experience in the financial realm, he has continually showcased a sense of professional ethics, lateral thinking, and hands-on motivation, having worked as a funding and investment advisor for clients as diverse as governments, banking institutions, and corporations. Outside of the financial industry, Sir Patrick became a diversified venture capitalist, with many exciting start-ups under his wing, making for a diverse and exciting portfolio.
"Success in business comes from success in developing relationships with the right people," says Sir Patrick, who values trust, respect and integrity in his life and career. Highly determined to create lasting professional relationship based on transparency and professionalism, Sir Patrick replies the importance of learning more about those we come in contact with daily. Today, he is determined to take the concept to the next level and help others free the full potential of their career.