Marc Ramanantsoa

Born on January 21, 1981 in Paris, France, Marc Ramanantsoa is the founder and artistic director of Maison Ambre & Louise, a French fashion house specialized in luxury and jewelry

He works with Maison Balmain and Maison Guerlain for whom he elaborates jewels and fashion accessories.

Marc began his career as an adviser to the Ministry of Finances and Industry where he took part in the elaboration of the development policy for SMEs with high-growth potential. In 2006, he joined the American law firm Sullivan & Cromwell LLP before he became an investment banker at Lehman Brothers in 2007. In 2009, he was appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer at Cacharel, the French luxury company, and worked on redefining its overall strategy. Top of his HEC Paris class in 2005 (Master), he received a Master from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and from the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He also holds a Professional Lawyer’s Certificate and numerous masters in various fields such as law, management and leadership.