Trombinoscope (UK)
Wednesday, 04 November 2020 03:38

(Togo First) - Appointed in February 2019 to Capital One, the fifth largest credit card provider in the world and the 11th largest bank in the United States, François LOCOH-DONOU is CEO and member of the Board of Directors of F5 Networks, a US IT company founded in 1996.

A graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, François LOCOH-DONOU had an estimated net worth of at least $33.1 million as of August 17, 2020. At the time, he owned more than 250 F5 Networks’ shares worth more than $7 million. Over the past nine years, he has sold over $16 million worth of shares.

Attached to Togo, his father's country, he founded with a fellow Togolese, Maurice Edorh, Cashew of Hope, the first cashew processing company in West Africa. Located in Tchamba, northern Togo, the company, which employs nearly 10,000 people, is determined to reduce poverty in rural areas. In 2010, it successfully shipped its first container load to Europe and, two years later, expanded its repertoire of business opportunities with the United States.

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