On Thursday, March 16, 2017, we will be hosting another exclusive interactive AMA on Radar. This time, our guest is none other than Abis Soetan, a Director in charge of treasury and investment management on Greentree Investment’s executive team.

Abis is a financial professional with experience spanning several sectors. He began his career in banking and corporate treasury and was in charge of setting up the Fund and Investment Manager ratings unit at Agusto & Co. At Greentree, Abis is responsible for sourcing and assessing investment opportunities and advising portfolio companies on finances, corporate structure and governance. He is also a director on the executive teams of a few companies such as Aerario consulting services, Wild Fusion group, Precurio and CrediTech.

Next Thursday, from 2 pm (GMT +1), Abis will be available to answer your questions about structuring your startup and keeping your finances in order. He’ll also provide valuable insight on fundraising strategy if you’re so inclined.

Btw, Greentree is currently accepting applications into its Startup Lab, so you can ask Abis whatever questions you may have about the application process.

Save the date, guys!

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