Hendrik Jordaan was born in North West and went to Hilton College in KZN.
Hendrik Jordaan studied in the US on a tennis scholarship.
Hendrik Jordaan graduated from Southern Methodist University in the US.
Hendrik Jordaan worked as a mergers and acquisitions lawyer in the US and the UK.
Hendrik Jordaan co-founded One Thousand & One Voices with John Coors of the Coors brewing family.
One Thousand & One Voices is backed by "influential families" from around the world.
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It’s unique in that it’s backed exclusively by wealthy families from around the world.— Hendrik Jordaan
We’re not only investing for returns, but also to create jobs.— Hendrik Jordaan
We’ve built this not only to be a private equity fund, but to be a movement.— Hendrik Jordaan
A movement isn’t created by the first person, but by the second one who joins. Because it’s the second one that makes it safe.— Hendrik Jordaan
We’ve invested in two South African companies so far.— Hendrik Jordaan
We’re looking at a couple of opportunities in Southern and East Africa.— Hendrik Jordaan
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