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Nicholas Oppenheim

Nicholas Oppenheim ’73
Chairman, Brifor Limited, England

Nicholas Oppenheim is the chairman of Brifor Limited, a London-based family office. Formerly, he was chief executive of Aida Capital, a multi-manager platform, which is a subsidiary of Standard Life Plc.

Throughout his career Mr Oppenheim has been engaged in corporate restructuring work in financial service businesses including a UK life assurance company, a UK licensed deposit taker, a UK commercial finance entity, an Australian fund manager, and a US surplus-line insurance broking business.

Nicholas Oppenheim is a non-executive director of Cottin Frères, a Burgundy-based nègociant listed on the Deuxième Marchè in Paris. He also serves on the Leadership Council at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.

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