Rebecca Meijlink, Managing Director, AlphaBet Capital Advisors Ltd (UK)
Born in the Netherlands (Dutch national). Worked and traveled across the globe. Resided in many countries, including Holland, Gibraltar, Switzerland, Belgium, UK and Monaco. Traveled for business across the Middle East, Asia, China, India, Latam, Russia and beyond.
Rebecca has an extensive global network, across developed and emerging markets, with over two decades of experience in the financial services industry, capital raising, business development and C-Suite advisory, working across all asset classes from Fund of funds (Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Real Estate), Funds (Hedge Funds, Long only, Private Equity, Venture Capital, Real estate, Agriculture), early and late stage innovative private companies. Rebecca also has experienced in listed equity and IPOs.
She has been a speaker on panels, had articles published and quoted in industry publications. She holds a masters in international law from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands (1992). After ten years in the Middle East, Rebecca is now based in London.
Rebecca has decades of entrepreneurial experience. She founded award winning investment advisory firm AlphaBet Capital Advisors, regulated by the FCA in the UK, in 2003. She also worked for several US investment banks where she built and managed their Benelux franchises. Rebecca was a Managing Director, Head of Institutional Pan-European Equity Sales to Investors in the Benelux at Bear Stearns in London. Previously, Vice President of Robertson Stephens, specialist sales biotech and technology. At Citigroup, Head of Pan-European Institutional Equity sales to Investors in the Benelux, Vice President in London. She joined Salomon Brothers in the mid-90s, which following the mergers with Citibank, Schroders, and Smith Barney was renamed Citigroup. At JP Morgan in Brussels, she was a Project Manager in the Services Development Department of Euroclear. Additionally, she worked at the European Commission in Brussels and the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations in Geneva.