Roger Nagioff Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel

Roger Nagioff General Information


Mr. Roger Nagioff serves as Co-Founding Partner at JRJ Group. An operational expert, he is closely involved in the portfolio company selection process, as well as the development and execution of portfolio company strategy. He served as Board Member at ETX Capital He also serves as Board Member at Demica. Prior to co-founding JRJ Group, he served in various senior executive positions within Lehman Brothers, holding leadership roles in a number of business lines, in Europe and the United States. Roger was Global Head of Fixed Income at Lehman Brothers, succeeding to the role from his previous position as Chief Operating Officer for Europe. Before that, he served as Head of European Equities, and later, as Co-Head of Global Equities, at Lehman Brothers. Alongside Jeremy Isaacs, Roger was central to the strategic development and implementation of Lehman Brothers' international businesses in Europe and Asia. Prior to Lehman Brothers, he worked for Natwest Markets with responsibilities for risk management, trading and derivatives sales. Roger holds a BA degree in law from City University, London. He serves as a non-executive director at Marex Spectron.

Contact Information

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • 61 Conduit Street
  • London W1S 2GB
  • England, United Kingdom
+44 020 0000 0000
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Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Roger Nagioff Angel Investor 00 0 London, United Kingdom
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