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22 - 24 June, 2021
BST/UTC+1Virtual event

Jaap Reinking
Director Private Equity at FMO


Jaap Reinking has been Director of the Private Equity department since June 2015. Prior to this position he was Director for Financial Institutions (as from January 2014) and in between January 2009 and December 2013 he acted as Director for the Agribusiness & Diverse Sectors department of FMO.  

Before Jaap was appointed as Director of Agribusiness & Diverse Sectors, he worked at FMO in a variety of positions including,  Senior Credit Analyst, (Senior) Investment Officer, Manager Business Development for Latin America and the Caribbean, Chairman of the FinPre commission and Manager for new clients in Asia. Within FMO he was member of the Asset and Liability Committee, the Investment Review Committee and Investment Committee as a voting member. He has gained broad experience in investing in emerging markets by executing deals himself, analyzing companies and projects in diverse sectors and maintaining relationships. As a Manager and Director he also proved to be a good people manager and a person able to give direction to a team comprising of a maximum of 58 employees.    

Prior to FMO, Jaap  worked at Banque de Suez Nederland N.V. (credit risk management, account manager and treasury department), at Koninklijke Borsumij Wehry N.V., responsible for the implementation of the internal treasury department and as a Credit Risk Analyst at Deutsche Bank de Bary N.V, where he gained experience in analyzing companies and complex financial transactions.

Jaap has attended various financial, management development, ESG, and Corporate Governance courses/trainings. Jaap Reinking is married and has three children.

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Agenda Sessions

  • LP-only discussion: turning challenged into opportunities