Born in 1959, Naim Koçer obtained an MA on Management Sciences in 1983, followed by a PhD on Asset Management at Dauphine in 1987. In 1988, he began his career in the Bank Indosuez in Quantitative Asset Management. In 1992, he evolved to the Equity Department as an IPO markets responsible and continued his career in the Stock brokerage within the area of European Stocks Sale. In 2003, he accepts the position of senior country officer of Calyon, former Credit Agricole Indosuez in Turkey, function he pursued until December 2007. Alongside a friend, he co-founded TVK, a shipyard company and sold 50% of it to Carlyle in 2008, followed by its complete sell in 2011. He then co-founded, with two associates, the asset management company Notus AM, focused on private and institutional asset managements. In 2016, he sold the society to the Italian asset management group Azimut Gestione SPA, while remaining a board member.Naim Koçer is also the Foreign Trade Advisor for France in Turkey. Other that French and Turkish, Naim speaks English, Italian and Macedonian.