Mr. Marco Zoppi is the Founder of Global Capital Trust. His work in finance continues a long-standing tradition of the Zoppi family, who have worked as brokers in the Milan Stock Exchange for three generations since 1934. He obtained educational degrees in Milan and Lausanne (Switzerland). After graduation in 1995, Mr. Zoppi embarked on his financial career, first at Societé des Banques Suisse in Geneva as a trader and later as currency fund manager at SBC Warburg in London. He now offers his expertise as a Fiscal Advisor.
Anita Veress is the CEO of Global Capital Trust. Started her career at Carat Group Budapest, as responsible for high-profile events and corporate communication. Following her studies at University of Verona shifted her focus to develop business opportunities between European and UAE companies. Joined Global Capital Trust in 2006, later becoming the Managing Director of its Hong Kong office and responsible for the Asian market.
Ms. Cheng started her career abroad, at the Georgia Department of Economic Development in USA, where she was in charge for the Chinese market. Following her return to Hong Kong she made landfall at CNN HK, where she was working at the production of financial programs. She joined Global Capital Trust in 2013 and now she is responsible for the business development.
John F. Cao
John Cao is specialized to advise on a broad range of corporate and individual tax services for China and Hong Kong based entities. He has an in-depth and rich understanding of the interplay of finance and law in international practice. He is graduated from China University of Political Science and Law, MA Economic Law, and followed his studies in the United Kingdom.
Client Services & Administration
Rima Fontana is responsible for Client Services & Administration at Global Capital Trust. Working closely with the Business Development team she is handling the administration of the head office, responsible for client support and initiatives for value-added services. She joined Global Capital Trust in 2013.