Ms. Candice Beaumont
CIO, L Investments
Candice Beaumont is a Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer who runs L Investments, a single family office with a vast portfolio of public and private equity that is primarily focused on commodities and alternative energy. She oversees all capital allocation decisions for the internal fund of funds as well as the direct investment portfolio. She is also a strategic advisor to Genoil Inc, (www.Genoil.ca) an emerging heavy oil technology and portfolio company of L Investments that announced moving forward on a joint venture with His Highness Dr. Sultan Bin Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahayan, the eldest son of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahayan, President of the United Arab Emirates, Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Ruler of Abu Dhabi. Candice is as an Advisory Board member of the Family Office Association, a global membership organization exclusive to single family offices and families of significant wealth. Ms. Beaumont has been a speaker at numerous family office and investment conferences globally and is a NYU Stern Family Office Council member serving on the Steering Committee. She also serves on the Steering Committee of the Yale University School of Management College of Family Offices, as well as the Princeton University Council of Family Offices and Endowments. Candice is a member of the Board of Directors of I2BF Venture Fund II, a DFSA regulated clean tech venture capital firm with offices in Dubai, New York, London and Moscow, as well as an Advisory Board member of The Luxury Fund. She remains committed to community and philanthropic causes and serves on the Board of Directors of Most Valuable Kids of Greater New York Inc., a charity that helps reward and inspire underprivileged children by getting them access to sports events as well as being a member of Athletes for Hope, a charity that helps athletes make a difference off the field with charitable endeavors, and has spent her time on the tennis court helping less fortunate children. She is also a Board Member of Care for Kenya a charity that helps strengthen the socioeconomic conditions in Kenya by creating opportunities for women of all ages to become entrepreneurs - working toward a sustainable model that will support generations to come.