Cyrille Nkontchou

co-founder
Enko Capital and Enko Education

Overview

Cameroonian economist Cyrille Nkontchou was born in Yaoundé on 29 August 1967. After graduating from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, where he studied economics and finance, Cyrille went on to achieve an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is the Managing Director of Liquid Africa, a platform he founded in 2000 to provide financial advice to African businesses. Also the Chairman and co-founder of Enko Education, in 2006 he was selected as a “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum.

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Enko Capital and Enko Education

Founded in 2008, Enko Capital is an asset management company specialising in investment in Africa. Based in London, it manages funds investing in listed companies as well as high-growth African companies looking to enter the stock market. Enko also advises both central banks and sovereign funds on their investment strategies. Enko Education was co-founded in 2013 and is developing a network of private secondary schools in partnership with existing local schools with an established reputation for excellence. By providing international courses, Enko Education enables schools to give students a structured, modern learning experience that is recognised worldwide.