Graduated as a historian, he had studied political sciences and economics in the United States and has been founder and senior officer of several small and medium enterprises. As business angel, he took part in launching several lucrative undertakings and his references also list many successful exits. Between 2002-2006 he was working for Citibank, in 2004 he co-founded a biotechnology start-up, Cryo-Innovation Ltd, that was successfully acquired by a Swedish public listed company Vitrolife. As member of the Board of Directors he leads Portus Buda Group Zrt. since 2007, developing concepts for the alternative financing of the operation of ecclesiastical institutions through the development of income-generating assets. Since 2009 he is executive director of I. PBG Befektetési Társaság Ltd investment company. Elemér is CEO and member of the Board of Directors of PBG FMC Ltd since 2011, managing a fund of 13m EUR.