Clément Courteau

Country: France
Sector: Other Industries
Job title: ESG analyst
Subject of study: International Commercial Law
Year of graduation: 2019
Type/Level of study: Undergraduate

Current Employer/Organisation Name

Squarewell Partners

What have you been doing since leaving Exeter, and what are you doing now?

I finished my law studies in France at the Sorbonne University (Business and Tax law) and started the cursus to became a lawyer in France. After several internship in Corporate governance, I joined Squarewell Partners as an ESG Analyst for French and Dutch companies.

Why did you choose this career? And what do you enjoy most about your work?

Every day is not the same. Corporate governance is deeply influence by news and trends. Advising clients in their Sustainability and Governance strategy is an incredible opportunity to discover various sectors with unique material opportunities and business models.

What did you enjoy most about your programme and what was the biggest highlight?

I enjoyed the quality of life I had back then through the societies activities and the discover of another culture. I loved meeting people from everywhere in the world.

What skills and experiences have been most useful for your career?

Ability to adapt to different cultures Ability to challenge an idea.


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