Pedro Pinto Coelho is a senior advisor at Kroll with a focus on Portuguese and African clients. He is based in the Lisbon office. Pedro has more than 28 years of financial services experience, in both executive and non-executive director roles, across several financial institutions covering investment banking, private equity, commercial banking, digital banking and wealth management.

Prior to joining Kroll, Pedro served as executive chairman at Banco BNI Europa, a European Challenger bank. His previous roles include CEO at Azure Wealth in Geneva, Switzerland, a global leading independent wealth manager; CEO at Standard Bank in Angola; member of the CIB Africa executive committee at Standard Bank Group, the largest financial institution in Sub Saharan-Africa; board member at Standard Bank Mozambique; CEO at Amorim Global Investors, a private equity firm; and board member and Global Head of Financial Advisory at Banif Investment Banking in Portugal and Brazil.

He also worked at Citigroup in London where he focused on investment banking and led several M&A and capital markets transactions worth more than $22 billion across various industries including telecom, energy, infrastructure, financial institutions, hospitality, manufacturing, retail and aviation.

Pedro is chairman of the board of the Portuguese Fintech and Insurtech Association. He is also a member of the European Pensions and Asset Release Group in London; board member of Lendity in Switzerland; board member of Alterest in London; and global advisor of Antler in London.

He received an MBA in finance from HEC Business School in Paris and holds a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Pedro is a regular speaker at financial services conferences across the EMEA region.

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