Francis Menassa is the founder and CEO of JAR Capital. His private banking career started out in 1996 with Merrill Lynch, and a move to Credit Suisse in 2001 was followed by the creation of wealth management firm Plurimi Capital with a senior... partner in 2008. JAR Capital is a wealth and asset management firm, based is St. James’s, London.
Francis Menassa is involved in various philanthropic causes. He is a longtime supporter of DEBRA, a charity that focuses on helping people who suffer from Epidermolysis Bullosa, a skin disorder. Francis Menassa also supported a 4-man team who raced across the Atlantic in order to benefit Over the Wall (a charity that helps children with serious illnesses) and the St. Luke’s Cancer Centre. In addition, his passion for motorsport led him to sponsor Lebanese F4 racer Rashed Ghanem.
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