After two years (1987-1988) as an auditor at Mazars, Philippe Queveau became a partner at GCI, a company operating in the media sector. In 1990, he joined the Henri Heuliez group, as deputy Managing Director, then Managing Director of the Société Française Heuliez and CEO of the SA Henri Heuliez.
He joined Cita in 1994.
Jean-Stéphane Bonneton started his career within France Télécom and Global One. In 1999, he joined the pan-European private equity fund Iris Capital (formerly Part’Com) as Investment Director. In 2009 he took part in the launch of TIME, an investment firm dedicated to growth stage in the digital space.
He joined Cita Investment as a Partner in 2014. Jean-Stéphane Bonneton graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and Telecom ParisTech. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Nancy Bonnet started her career within the investment company, Clinvest, during almost 10 years. In 2002, she was partner in several investment banks and led M&A transactions and fund raising for listed and non listed companies. She also advised entrepreneurs.
She joined Cita Investment as a Partner in 2014. Nancy Bonnet graduated from Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Reims and holds also a degree from SFAF.
Brigitte Vincenot worked during 13 years at Delmas-Vieljeux Head Office, first as Executive Assistant, then named responsible for internal information-communication. She was subsequently Press Attaché in a communication and P.R. Agency and next Press Officer in corporate communication.
She joined Cita Gestion in 2007 to hold the job of Executive Assistant. Brigitte Vincenot has a postgraduate degree in corporate communication (ICMA Paris).