AFSIC is believed to be the largest Africa investment event taking place annually outside Africa and has become one of the most important conduits of investment into Africa.
Clément Chenost is Co-founder and Managing director of Moringa Partnership. He started his career in 2007 as consultant in the sustainable development team of Ernst & Young, where he initiated and successfully implemented the firm’s forest certification activity. He then was appointed Head of Business Development at ONF International where he co-founded the Moringa Fund. He is a board member of several of its portfolio companies (Jus Délice, Floresta Viva, Tolaro, TexBel) and chairs its Agroforestry Forestry Technical Assistance Facility (ATAF).
Clément studied Biology at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (MSc). He has an executive master in Natural Resource Management (Agro ParisTech) and a private equity certificate from the Wharton School. He also serves as an associate professor at les Mines & Agro ParisTech. He speaks French, English, Spanish and Portuguese.