Adramé Ndione, Managing Director of the Gambian Business Angel Network, has been appointed as Senator at the Grand Assembly of the World Business Angels Investment Forum. Senator Ndione will represent Gambia in the Global Startup Committee of the Grand Assembly.
Adramé is an Africa focused and accomplished investment executive with a proven track record of successfully investing, leading and advising companies in Africa. Adramé is the Managing Director of the Gambian Business Angel Network. Previously he was Founding Partner at Ebano Finance since 2016, an innovative company aiming at connecting professional investors with African companies seeking for funds. He built a strong network of public and private African decision makers in more than 15 countries. Previously, Adramé held investment positions in Private Equity firms. He worked at I&P (Investisseurs & Partenaires), a pan-african French impact investment firm and Inframed Management, a 350M€ infrastructure investment fund. He analyzed and invested in numerous SMEs and Infrastructure opportunities. Adramé delivered various strategic documents including a paper on the challenges for PPP projects in west Africa fo the WEAMU executive commission. His bi-cultural background and focus on African development topics have led him to get involved in numerous volunteering initiatives in Africa and Europe. Previously, Adramé held successive management positions for over seven years in Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking in Paris. Adramé particularly, led operation teams in charge of managing equity derivatives structured products. He sponsored and led strategic projects focusing on team and business performance. Adrame holds an Executive MBA from HEC Paris, a Master’s degree in Financial Risk Management and a post-graduate degree (DEA) in mathematics.