David de Jongh Weill
Mr Weill is the Executive Chairman of the Patrimoine group of companies. He is based in Singapore and his primary focus is natural resources oriented transactions for Asian markets.
In addition to his work with Patrimoine, Mr Weill is also the Chairman of Axmin Inc. Mr Weill was previously the Chairman of Caledon Resources, the Chief Financial Officer of Top Level Domain Holdings Limited, a Director of Kalahari Minerals and a director of GCM Resources plc.
By way of background information, Mr. Weill started his professional career with Salomon Brothers in 1983 in derivative products sales and trading. He subsequently became active in proprietary trading for Salomon Brothers in International Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange. Mr. Weill left Salomon in 1989 to develop an international proprietary trading activity with Greenwich Capital Markets.
Thereafter, in 1992, Mr. Weill developed his own fund management activity with funds under management growing to over US$1.2 billion. From 1998, he focused on private equity investment, predominantly in natural resources and media and technology companies. In 1998, Mr. Weill incorporated Chiliogon Limited which later became the Patrimoine group of companies in 2011.
Throughout his career, Mr. Weill has acquired considerable experience in natural resources exploration and development, proprietary trading in international financial markets, active investment management, corporate finance and corporate governance.
Mr. Weill holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, magna cum laude in International Business from the University of Georgia, a Masters of Business Administration from the London Business School, a Masters in Law and Accounting from the London School of Economics and a Masters in Decision Sciences from the London School of Economics.
In 2006, Mr. Weill was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and is a member ad eundem of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. He is a congregant of the Temple Church.