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Svjatoslav Sedov

President, Intellectual Investments Partnership Ltd., Moscow

Svjatoslav started his professional career with Arthur Andersen Worldwide Organization joining the Firm in 1994. He specialized in MC and CF. List of Svjatoslavs clients included: World Bank, European Bank For Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), BP, Shell, JP Morgan, RJR Reynolds, Kraft Jacobs Suchard, Benckizer, Unilever, RAO Unified Energy Systems. Recognizing his efforts in helping building Andersens presence in Russia the Firm promoted him from junior consultant to senior management position.
After more than 8 years with AAWW he found his own financial consulting company which focus was on serving mid-cap Russian organizations pursuing rapid grow strategies. In four years gradually moving from consulting to direct investments Svjtoslav developed his business to venture capital company.
Today Svjatoslav is the President of Intellectual Investment Partnership (2IP) VC firm specializing in investing into Russian high tech businesses. Svjatoslav focuses on venture investments into commercial web applications, social networks, internet communications and on-line TV - videos. Svjatoslav is the member of Russia Federation Council`s Business Development Committee and Russian Association of Venture Investors.
Svjatoslav earned his finance and business management masters degrees at St. Petersburg State University and Maryland School of Business (MD, USA.). He, also, was the only candidate in his year to earn honor to enter The Russian Academy of Science.
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