Philippe is the fund coordinator of Change since its creation in 2019. He is responsible for the relations with the investors and for the follow-up of the investments.
As 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 coach at Solvay Entrepreneurs and then as Director of Innovation and Development, an incubator affiliated to the network of European Business and Innovation Centrers. Philippe joined Crédal in 2014 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.
Alexia is in charge of the analyse of the future investments and the follow-up of the investments.
After obtaining her master’s degree in Louvain School of Management and a master in Development Cooperation in ULB, she started her career as management trainee at ING. She spent there 6 years in different positions (M&A – Credits). In 2014, she joined Triodos Bank as relationship manager for sustainable businesses where she developed her expertise in sustainable food and circular economy. Alexia joined Change in 2022.
Marguerite is the first contact person for the entrepreneurs who want to raise money. she is also in charge of the analysis of the funding requests.
Marguerite holds a master in Business Management from ICHEC Brussels Management School. Passionate about the sustainable finance world, she began her career within the Citizenfund. Then she followed her passion and joined Solifin, the belgian network for responsible institutional financial actors. Marguerite joined Change in 2019.