A graduate of the Stockholm School of Economics and HEC Paris, Martin worked in mergers and acquisitions at Booz Allen Hamilton and advised the Russian Government on its privatization programme. In 1993 he co-founded Brunswick Brokerage – a Moscow based investment bank that was later sold to UBS – initially holding the position of CEO and from 1999 as Chairman of the joint venture, Brunswick UBS Warburg. Between 2006 and 2013 he was a shareholder and served on the Board of Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK), one of the largest thermal coal producers in Russia.
Brings to the Board
Mr Andersson first invested in Chaarat in 2011 and he intends (via Labro) to be a long term and supportive shareholder.
Mr Andersson chairs Chaarat’s Nominations Committee.
Mr Andersson manages an active portfolio with an interest in real estate, financial services and information technology.[:ru]Company’s largest shareholder and since becoming Chairman, has reset the strategy under a new management team. Co-founded Brunswick Brokerage – a Moscow based investment bank that was later sold to UBS …