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Patrick Hergt earns the Chartered Financial Analyst designation

Patrick Hergt

Sarona is happy to announce that Patrick Hergt has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation (CFA® charter) that he has worked on while supporting our investment and business development teams fulltime. Patrick Hergt has been with Sarona since 2012, starting as an international intern from Brock University’s Goodman School of Business. He has worked on our investment team, supporting and leading investment and monitoring processes for the Sarona Global Growth Funds, MEDA’s Risk Capital Fund and Sarona’s Trade Finance Fund. Patrick continues to represent Sarona at both a community and global level, from speaking and mentoring at local universities to meeting with heads of state at the United Nations. Patrick holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management from EBS University in Germany, Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) from Brock University and is a CFA® charter holder.

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