of CET and leader, technology practice. Head of European Telecoms, Media
& Technology, Booz Allen & Hamilton (1987-90). Formerly
with IBM and BT research labs. Co-director of Telecommunications
Research Program, MIT (1981-84). Lecturer Sloan
School of Management and Faculty of Economics, Harvard
University (1977-84).Extensive writing on business and technology.
Education Cambridge (BA) and Harvard
Director and head of CET's private equity division. 30 years investment
banking experience in Europe and USA. President, International
Capital Group (Global Asset Management), 1985-90. Vice-President,
J P Morgan & Co (1980-85); previously with S
G Warburg & Co (project and corporate finance) and Rothschild
Intercontinental Bank. Education Oxford (MA,
Physics) and Insead (MBA).
of CET's strategy consultancy practice. 25 years global experience, as
Chief Executive of InterMatrix Group, advising multinational
corporations including Xerox, Cisco,
and Merck. Formerly with M W Kellogg
and IBM. Extensive Board appointments and lecturing experience,
author of 'Business Survival and Social Change' and 'Business in Balance'.
Education Imperial College London (BSc), Yale
(MIA) and Brunel (PhD).
CET's corporate finance and M&A teams in the Polish market. Flagship transactions
have included Vodafone (mobile telecommunications consortium),
Orbis SA ($250 million equity sale), and Norwich Union
(insurance joint venture). Consultancy projects and transactions for numerous
industrial and FMCG corporations. Education Warsaw School of Economics
(International Trade) and University of Warsaw (Development
of Czech and Slovak M&A and corporate finance teams. Key projects have
included the $200 million sale of UMTS licenses for the Czech
Government, purchase of Bohemian Electricity Company
by Eastern Group (UK), and the acquisition strategy of
British Gas. Extensive consultancy work for Czech corporations.
Education Prague University of Economics and Insead.
of Corporate finance and M&A teams in CET Bucharest. Awarded 33 privatisation
assignments by the Romanian Government. International
clients include Danone, Compaq, Bank
of America, and BNP Paribas. Education Technical
University of Bucharest (MSc); Pittsburgh University
(George Soros Scholar); Emory University (MBA).
of CET's diagnostic and restructuring practice in Poland. Completed over
50 projects for industrial and consumer corporations including Pepsi,
Heinz, Compaq, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Eli Lilly.
Previously with Chemical Bank of New York. Education
University of Denver (BA, MA) and American Graduate
School of International Management (MBA).
of CET's Polish transaction team. Clients include Timken
(acquisition), Comcast Corporation (telecommunications
joint venture and license), Texaco (strategic consultancy).
Advises many domestic corporations on strategy and acquisitions. Education
Czestochowa Technical University (MSc), Warsaw
(Postgraduate Studies in Organisation and Management).
CET's Hungarian transaction team with a focus on financial sponsors and
alternative investments. Previously head of CET affiliate
Standard Capital. Clients include
Railroad Development Corp, Lithuanian Airlines and Euroventures. The
Riverside Company (1994-97),
Anthem Partners (1991-93),
Goldman Sachs (1989-91).
Columbia University (BA,
Economics). FINRA Series 7 &
CET's representation in Ukraine. Clients include Seagram, Warner Lambert,
Merloni, CPC Europe (Best
Foods), Kraft Jacobs Suchard,
TetraPak, British Petroleum,
South African Breweries,
Official Development Assistance,
Imperial Chemical Industries,
Tetley, Vivendi Universal,
Cabinet of Ministers,
Wholesale Energy Market of Ukraine and
Gvozdiy & Oberkovych Law
Firm (2011-12), Spenser &
Kauffmann Law Firm (2008-11),
E-volution Capital (2004-8),
Hunton & Williams (2000-3) and
CET (1992-2000). Education T
Shevchenko University (MA),
Stockholm University (LLM, in International Commercial Arbitration),
Cornell University (Financial