A graduate of the Solvay Business School, Philippe began his career in 1982 as an audit manager at Arthur Andersen and left after 8 years. He then joined the Transcor group/Astra, a subsidiary of the Compagnie Nationale à Portefeuille. For nearly 15 years he served as CFO, managing director of the Belgian subsidiary and member of the group’s Board of Directors. In 2003, he directed his career towards human resources consultancy, career assessment and outplacement. For 5 years, he worked as a startup supporter at Solvay Entrepreneurs and then as Director of Innovation and Development, an incubator affiliated with the network of European Business and Innovation Centres. Philippe joined Crédal four years ago where he worked as a credit analyst and took over agency consultancy assignments before developing Change. He is also a volunteer chairman of the Board of Directors of a professional Insertion Centre in the carpentry sector.
In addition to his academic background, Philippe is an ICF certified coach, NLP Master Practitioner and an MBTI certified trainer.
Daniel Sorrosal holds a master’s degree in culture and development from the KUL and an MBA from the HES Rotterdam. Daniel began his career in corporate finance at General Electrics in 1998. He gradually moved into microfinance, working in development projects with Planet Finance, especially in Africa and Palestine. In 2010, he joined the European Microfinance Network as general secretary. Since 2014, Sorrosal splits his time between advocacy at the European level for FEBEA – the European Federation of Banks and Finance Ethics and Alternatives – and solidarity finance with Crédal.
Within Crédal, he works on the development of innovative investment tools in order to support the growth of social enterprises and mobilises the resources of the European Union for this purpose.
Anne-Laure Rase holds a master’s degree in management engineering from the Louvain School of Management with additional interdisciplinary training in the creation of small and medium-sized enterprises. She began her career as senior auditor at Deloitte in 2008. Anne-Laure then undertook business controller functions in major groups such as Lactalis, Eurofins and Delhaize. Passionate about social entrepreneurship, she is involved in various volunteer citizen activities, notably in the non-profit Camp de Partage, which organizes camps for children in care, and non-profit sports clubs. She will handle the analysis of the files and the implementation of the impact assessment.