|Mohieddine Konfol||10/09/2012||Mr. Kronfol has over 12 years of relevant experience in financial services including a 3 year track record in regional fixed income markets and founding roles in 3 start up businesses. Prior to committing to Algebra Capital, Mohieddine was the Head of SHUAA Capital's Debt Asset Management Department as well as the Fund Manager of The Arab Income Fund (TAIF). Mohieddine was also Head of SHUAA Capital's Capital Markets department where he managed investments globally in FX, commodity, interest rate and equity markets, including related cash, futures and options securities. Prior to joining SHUAA Capital in August 2000, Mohieddine was a Senior Associate at Middle East Capital Group (MECG), a Beirut based investment bank with a regional focus.
Mohieddine sits on the Investment Committees of Algebra Capital's Funds. Mohieddine holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and an MBA from the American University of Beirut. |
|Stephen Dover||10/09/2012||Stephen H. Dover, CFA, is the senior vice president/managing director, international chief investment officer of Franklin Templeton Advisors. He is responsible for overseeing the investment functions of the locally managed and distributed products in South Korea, Brazil, China and India.
In his capacity of overseeing the investment areas of local asset management companies, Mr. Dover has managed investment groups in: South Korea, China, Taiwan, Japan, France, Italy, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, South Africa and Brazil.
Prior to serving in his current role, Mr. Dover was a founder and chief investment officer of Bradesco Templeton Asset Management (BTAM), a joint venture with Brazil's largest private bank, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Under Mr. Dover's direction, BTAM became the largest joint-venture asset management company in Brazil. While at BTAM, Mr. Dover specialized in the management of corporate governance funds.
Prior to joining Franklin Templeton Investments, Mr. Dover was a portfolio manager and principal at Newell Associates in Palo Alto, CA where he co-managed retail and institutional equity assets. Previously, Mr. Dover worked for Towers Perrin Consulting in New York, London and San Francisco.
Mr. Dover is a member of the Board of Directors of a non-profit development bank focusing on micro-loans in Central America. Mr. Dover is also on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College and Law School in Portland, OR.
Mr. Dover earned a B.A. in communications and business administration from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR and a M.B.A. in finance from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Charterholder as well as a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). Mr. Dover has lived in China, Costa Rica, England, Brazil and the United States. |