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Moonfare brings Marine Eugène on board as new chief commercial officer

Eugène brings almost 20 years of experience in fractional jet investments to the role

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Private equity investment platform Moonfare has appointed Marine Eugène as its new chief commercial officer.

Eugène joins Moonfare from fractional jet ownership provider Flexjet, where she was most recently managing director and prepared the US-based company for international launch into Europe.

Prior to this, Eugène spent fifteen years at the world’s largest jet democratising company NetJets as executive director, head of sales EMEA.

Joining the digital-first alternative investment platform Moonfare, Eugène will be responsible for setting the global direction of all the company’s marketing, direct sales and customer services activities.

“Marine is an accomplished executive with a proven track record in leading multinational teams within a distinct industry expanding beyond its traditional high net worth individual base,” Moonfare founder and CEO Steffen Pauls said.

Pauls explained that her extensive experience in fractionalising private jets closely aligns with not only the company’s client base but also its customer acquisition strategies and commercial approach.

“Marine will introduce an innovative perspective and strategy to enhance our offerings and cater to the increasing demands of investors seeking premier private market investments,” he added.

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