Euler Bropleh is the founder and Managing Director of VestedWorld, an investment fund manager that focuses on early-stage companies in Sub-Saharan Africa. A Liberian native who left the country during the Liberian Civil War, Euler understands firsthand how conflict, instability, and lack of economic growth can impact the lives of people in developing countries. Prior to founding VestedWorld, Euler was an attorney specializing in corporate transactions with leading law firms Latham & Watkins and Vedder Price, where he represented Fortune 100 companies, venture capital and private equity firms and emerging businesses worldwide. As an angel investor, he’s helped fund several early stage businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa, developing an acute understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with early stage investing in emerging markets.
Euler holds a JD from the University of Chicago Law School, a Graduate Diploma from the University of St. Andrews (Scotland), and a BA from Emory University.