The Financial Management Honcho!
Unlike Robert, Julien Petra grew up in affluence in London. He is the son of a onetime leading investment banker in the UK, and he showed signs of following after his father right from the onset.
Julien endeavored to understand the business world from a tender age. He decided to follow in his father´s footsteps when he was just an adolescent, and his goal was to take the position of his father when the old man eventually retired!
Julien is passionate about numbers and knows how to deal with them. He studied in a private school and his father provided him with every financial resource so that he’d one day emulate his role model. At 18, he enrolled to study Economics with a focus on Banking and Finance. His fierce ambition drove him to complete internships in England and abroad from a very early age.
After graduation, Julien worked in the banking industry as an asset management executive. He started in a different bank from where his father worked. He wanted to get to his father’s position and probably outdo him but on his own and not relying on his father’s connections. His plans worked just as well! After only 6 years, Julien had attained a position of high responsibility. He remained in the said position for another two years before his exploits and knowledgeability attracted the attention of his father.
Soon, he was the executive director of the bank binance kickback where his father worked. While here, he met his colleague, Robert Alexander.
Julien didn’t see himself leaving his position especially after the much work he put in. However, the idea of CES Cashback got him convinced. Both him and Robert left the company to work on a whole new type of financial service institution. One where everyone has an opportunity to participate! They are convinced that the high volatility in the cryptocurrency market offers the right condition for them to offer the services they envision.
Now with over $9 Million of investments and over 160,000 Users at CES Cashback, Julien is very proud of his decisions to ditch the bank and become the new venture’s CFO. And, the statistics are permanently growing!