In our second Bearstone Insights podcast, we take a look at Turkey to see how the latest geopolitical and economic developments can impact business and investors. What are the challenges? Can we expect more turbulence in the near future? What risk factors should the decision makers be aware of?
Our guests are:
– Boris Milosh, a Partner at Bearstone Global. Boris has more than fifteen years of international experience in corporate finance (M&A, valuation, risk management, and derivatives), as well as corporate strategy and business development experience (business modeling, product development, proofs of concept, project management). His sector experience includes banking and asset management, telecoms, tech, energy, start-ups, and venture capital. Boris is an alumnus of the London Business School where he received his MBA, prior to which he graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in Business and Political Science. Boris also has experience in the military and intelligence community.
– Tom Nikoloski, the CEO of Dynamics International. Tom is a risk management and corporate intelligence expert. Since 2009, he has served on various senior risk management and corporate executive positions for consulting companies supporting the US Government and NATO efforts in the Middle East, USA, Europe, and Africa. Prior to joining the private sector, he served as a military officer on various command and staff duties. He is military academy and Fort Benning Career Officers School graduate and holds MA in Risk Management.
Our host is Andrew de Roy, the Managing Partner at Bearstone Global.
With over ten years of experience in the commercial intelligence and investigations field, Andrew is regarded as one of the foremost specialists in the sector. Prior to founding Bearstone, Andrew was employed by the Financial Times Group, as the Mergermarket bureau chief in Poland. A leading provider of M&A intelligence and market analysis, Andrew gained a profound insight into the needs of businesses operating and investing in the region. He established Bearstone building on an exceptional network in the London and Warsaw markets and has since overseen many complex operations, consistently increasing Bearstone’s reputation as a trusted provider of commercial intelligence and investigation services. Andrew has a private detective license issued by the Polish Ministry of the Interior and Administration.
The information shared in this podcast is based on available sources and analysis at the time of recording and is of a general nature only. It is not intended as advice regarding any individual situation and cannot be relied upon as such. The views presented should not be construed as being the views of Bearstone Global. Any statements concerning financial, regulatory, or legal matters are general observations based solely on our experience and may not be relied upon as advice in those areas, which we are not authorised to provide. All such matters should be reviewed with appropriately qualified financial, regulatory, or legal advisers. In no circumstances will Bearstone Global be liable for any loss or damage arising from decisions made or actions taken in reliance on the information contained in the recording.