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David Jeromin

Golden Mean Capital

David is a Co-Founder of Golden Mean Capital and is responsible for the firm's business development and the structuring of investments in Africa. Mr. Jeromin is a seasoned financial executive with a wide range of experience- from arranging middle market financial transactions to business and economic development initiatives in frontier markets. His specific interests are development projects involving African Small to Medium Enterprises with particular emphasis in fragmented or disparate markets.

Mr. Jeromin has experience in the study and application of Social Return on Investment (SROI) analytics and believes the use of SROI as well as traditional valuation measures allow individuals and institutions alike to measure the full impact of their investments. Prior to helping create Golden Mean Capital, Mr. Jeromin was a Vice President with the investment bank Oppenheimer & Company from 2004-2007.

David is a graduate of the University of San Francisco and currently sits on the Board of Directors of Caranda Fine Foods, an African specialty foods company.

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