A Liberian native educated in the U.S. and abroad who has traveled extensively throughout Africa, Asia and Europe, Euler Bropleh understands firsthand how access to capital has the potential to transform the developing world and improve the lives of all people. In his career as an attorney, he specialized in corporate transactions with leading law firms Latham & Watkins and Vedder Price, representing Fortune 100 companies, venture capital and private equity firms and emerging businesses worldwide.
As an investor, heÕs helped fund several early stage businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa, developing an acute understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with early stage investing in emerging markets, along with investing in search funds in the US.
Now the Managing Director of VestedWorld, Euler is diligent about helping early stage companies reach their full potential. One of his key duties is to ensure that VestedWorld is a trusted steward of its investorsÕ capital and a true partner to its portfolio companies.
Euler holds a JD from University of Chicago Law School, where he was a Donald E. Egan Scholar and the recipient of the Ann Watson Barber Outstanding Service Award. He was also a Robert T. Jones Scholar at the University of St. Andrews (Scotland), where he earned a Graduate Diploma in International Strategy and Economics. He earned his BA in International Studies from Emory University, where he was a Sonny Carter Scholar.