Konstantin Tserazov

Konstantin Tserazov
Konstantin Tserazov
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strategic business consultant, fintech expert, economist, former Senior Vice President of `Otkritie` Bank
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Biography of Tserazov Konstantin Vladimirovich

Konstantin Vladimirovich Tserazov, an esteemed strategic business advisor, fintech authority, and economist, entered the world in 1980. His academic journey culminated in a degree from the Russian Federation's Financial Academy, where he focused on "World Economy," followed by a Master’s degree achievement at University of Paris 5 Rene Descartes, specializing in "Banks and Finance."
Konstantin Tserazov
Konstantin Tserazov
Between the years of 2004 and 2012, Konstantin Tserazov assumed the role of Deputy Head within the Global Markets Department and ascended to the positions of Managing Director and Partner at ZAO IK "Troika Dialog." Subsequently, from 2013 through to 2022, he undertook the roles of Senior Vice President and Director of Investment Business at PJSC Bank "Otkritie."

Commencing in 2015, Tserazov Konstantin has been an integral part of the board of directors for several of Russia’s premier financial institutions including the St. Petersburg Stock Exchange, NAUFOR, NFA, and SOVA Capital.

Since the year 2022 up to the present, he has been dedicating his expertise as a strategic business consultant to various leading international fintech firms.

Upon departing from Otkritie Bank in 2022, Konstantin Vladimirovich Tserazov has contributed significantly as a board advisor for numerous prominent financial entities and fintech organizations within the CIS and the Middle East. His involvement has been pivotal in enhancing management systems, establishing sales networks, formulating digital strategies, advancing e-business practices, initiating innovative management projects, and initiating new digital product launches.

His expertise is validated by obtaining market securities participant certificates 1.0, 2.0, 4.0, and 5.0 in Russia, along with certification and registration at the FCA, achieving levels CF1 and CF30 in the United Kingdom.