Work History

Work History
2009 - Present


2006 - 2009

Corporate Finance Analyst - Energy & Natural Resources

Bank of America


Aug 2009 - Jun 2011


Harvard Business School
2003 - 2006


University of Bristol
1997 - 2002

Eton College


Business professional Christian Huot has worked in a variety of executive positions for his family’s business Huotraco in Hong Kong, China, and Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In addition to creating overall long-term strategies for business growth, Mr. Huot has served as the Senior Executive of subsidiary First Investment Specialized Bank, ensuring compliance with all local and national regulations and reducing non-performing loans from 7% to 4%. Christian Huot subsequently operated as the Senior Executive for the Huot Family Real Estate Portfolio, selling, renegotiating, and leasing 600,000 square feet worth of property. Additionally, Mr. Huot acted as Senior Executive of Telcotech, coordinating a successful exit after months of evaluation. Prior to assuming his role with Huotraco, Christian Huot worked with Dresdner Kleinwort as an Oil and Gas Financial Analyst, addressing mergers, acquisitions, and corporate finance. In this role, he compared all related aspects of both parties and developed business plans for possible mergers and acquisitions, in addition to negotiating the terms of these transactions. Mr. Huot has also worked as an Oil and Gas Financial Analyst for Bank of America, helping a small business sell oil rights to a multinational oil company and earning recognition as a role model from Bank of America. Before beginning his career, Christian Huot attended the Eton College as an Oppidan Scholar. He then enrolled at the University of Bristol, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Experimental Psychology with honors. Mr. Huot recently received his Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School. During his free time, Christian Huot enjoys skiing, skydiving, playing tennis, and hiking. 


Christian Huot has worked for the New England US Tennis Association on their wheelchair program, which involved coaching and training of their players. He also raised over $2,000 for the New England Wheelchair program by running the "Run for the Border" half-marathon. Christian Huot is an avid skydiver and has successfully completed over 150 jumps.  He has skydived around the world including Dubai, Portugal, Spain, America, UK and Brazil. Christian is a keen outdoorsman.  Some past hiking trips have included Lake Placid, Scottish Highlands, the mountains around Hong Kong and the Gros Piton in St Lucia. Most recently, he raised money for the Clemens Reutter Memorial Trust by successfully completing the three peaks challenge in Austria (