AP People – Meg Allen

AllenMeg Allen is currently Director, DRAMLA S.A., Geneva. Born and raised in the U.S.A. (Hawaii, then California), her qualifications include a BSc. Degree (Accounting and Economics) and an Investment Management Certificate.

Meg co-founded the partnership, DRAMLA Consulting U.K. in 1984 where she was responsible for financial management and providing intermediary services for companies looking to establish joint ventures in China. In 1995 she co-founded DRAMLA S.A. in Geneva where she is currently Director responsible for portfolio management.

Meg co-manages a charitable foundation which supports health, education, arts, sports and community projects.  Other than family and sports activities, she has several interests and commitments in the Arts and in Transatlantic politics.   Meg is married to David and they have three children.

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