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SuperReturn International
4 - 7 June 2024
InterContinental HotelBerlin

Philippe Roesch
Managing Partner at RIAM Alternative Investments


Philippe Roesch is founding Managing Partner of RIAM Alternative Investments, an independent advisory firm based in Frankfurt advising reputable family offices and institutional investors on their private equity portfolio allocation, the selection of funds and direct investments as well as on the purchase of funds commitments in the secondary market.

Mr. Roesch has built-up a 30 years successful international funds and direct investments track record on behalf of blue chip investors. Before founding RIAM in 2012, he was Head of Private Equity Europe with HQ Capital (formerly Auda), prior to that, Head of Private Equity with Harald Quandt Holding. In the mid-nineties, he ran a significant global fund-of-funds as well as co-investments portfolio for DBG, the private equity captive of Deutsche Bank. M. Roesch developed his direct investment experience with the strategic investor Deutsche Bahn AG Holding, where he led numerous M&A and JV projects in Europe, as well as a Principal with Triton. M. Roesch began his career as an M&A-advisor with BHF-Bank AG in 1993.

Mr. Roesch earned a Mastère degree from HEC School of Management, Paris, a Sciences Po degree from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Strasbourg, and degrees in International Economics as well as Banking & Finance from the Universities of Strasbourg. He is fluent in English, French and German.

Mr. Roesch is an active and appreciated member of the private equity community and participates as speaker, moderator or panelist to panel discussions at leading international private equity, family offices and institutional investors’ conferences.

Agenda Sessions

  • Is Germany again the sick man of Europe?