Carlo Baravalle

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" Carlo Baravalle holds an MBA from INSEAD. Carlo spent several years in strategic consulting, working on assignments for many large French conglomerates between Paris and the USA, before entering the telecoms industry, firstly with BT and then as a Director of the Corporate Finance Telecoms team at Warburg, followed by a senior global position at Lucent Technologies.

"Carlo first entered the Private Equity sector by taking a senior assignment with a company owned by Apax Partners, and later as Senior Vice-President for LCC, a telecoms engineering company initially invested in by the Carlyle Group. In 2007 Carlo launched a c.$150 million private equity fund of funds aimed mainly at Italian institutional investors that successfully invested in mid-caps, restructuring funds and co-investments globally. In 2012 he co-founded African Minerals Exploration & Development SICAR with Rudolph de Bruin and David Twist. The Fund is currently investing in mineral exploration and development opportunities, predominantly in Africa. "[1]    


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  1. Baobab Resources Board, organizational web page, accessed May 17, 2013.