Konstantin Kontor

Konstantin Kontor is Director and Professor of Finance at the American Institute of Business and Economics in Moscow, in 2000–2009 he had been teaching financial strategy at the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga);

Mr Kontor also manages KKP Partners, a Moscow based strategic and investment consulting company that he founded in 1998. The primary focus of the company is real sector project analysis, business planning and raising financing as well as a wide range of management consulting services aimed at overall performance improvement and efficiency at the client’s enterprise, particularly with respect to financial performance. KKP Partners also offers VIP-education programs – custom-tailored courses in finance, strategy, operations, and general management to Russian top-level executives.

Among KKP Partners’ clients are the Ministry of Antitrust Policy and Support of Entrepreneurship (MAP of Russia), RAO UES, AFK Sistema, the MDM Group, ROSNO, Coca-Cola HBC Eurasia, Barclays Bank, Hansabanka (Swedbank), major entertainment holding companies Ritzio Entertainment Group, Unicum, and Nastroyenie, Nizhny Tagil Integrated Steel Works, ceramic tile manufacturer Estima, IT companies Diasoft and Bell Integrator, restaurant holding RP-COM, a Latvian M&A company JSC IBS Prudentia, as well as a number of individuals from the Russian Forbes-100 list.

Prior to shifting to consulting and founding KKP Partners, he served as Director of Research at RINACO Plus, a major Russian investment company.

Mr. Kontor holds an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA and M.S. in theoretical physics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Mr. Kontor published several articles in international financial newspapers and magazines (Euromoney, Emerging Markets Investor, The Wall Street Journal etc.) and actively participated in popularizing conceptual and specific features of securities markets on Bloomberg, Reuters, and TV shows (CNN, ВВС). Spoke at major international investment conferences in Moscow, New York, London, Geneva, Zurich, Hong Kong and Vienna.

Won in the Stock Picking Contest organized by The Wall Street Journal – CEER.

Courses

Capital Markets and Financial Institutions

Capital Markets and Financial Institutions course starts on Tuesday, November 28, 2017.

Entrance Exam

You could take AIBEc Entrance Exam from August 22, 2017 till September 30, 2017. Students who achieve qualifying score on the exam pay reduced tuition.

Fal Semester, 2017

Fall Semester starts on September 12, 2017.