Kirill has more than 20 years of investment banking experience. He was involved in 60+ M&A and Capital raise transactions in advisory role, working with companies and investors like General Electric (NYSE: GE) , FLEETCOR Technologies (NYSE: FLT), Otravo (portfolio company of Waterland), STADA Group, Recordati (BIT: REC), GSK (LON: GSK), Lactalis, Puratos and many more.
In addition to J Tech Advisory, Kirill is involved in investing in early-stage online marketplaces and software companies via family office Vilandes VC, where he is the founder, and B2B software and deep-tech companies in the Easter Europe and CIS as co-founder and general partner of seed-stage fund New Nordic Ventures.
Prior to JTech Advisory, Kirill was one of the founding partners of BIC Securities (during 2007-2010 the company was a part of KBC Group (EBR: KBC) ). In 1999 Kirill teamed up with his colleague to establish BIC, and jointly led the management of the company, building BIC Securities into a leading independent M&A advisory firm in Baltic and CIS markets.
Prior to establishing BIC, he spent 6 years, with biggest Latvian financial group “Parex”, lately as head of corporate finance and member of the management committee of Parex Bank
Graduated from Riga School of Economics and Business Administration.
Arman focuses on mergers and acquisitions and capital raising in the Baltics and Eastern Europe, primarily in the technology sector, focusing on the following fields: fintech, payments, mobile gaming, iGaming and betting.
Before joining JTech Advisory, Arman spent 2.5 year at SEB Bank Corporate Banking department, providing leading Latvian and pan-Baltic companies with debt financing for MBO transactions, working capital financing and large real estate development projects. The key sectors were Technology, FMCG, Manufacturing and Real Estate.
Arman is a graduate of the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga.
Alexander focuses on local and cross-border M&A deals. His experience of more than 6 years in Corporate Finance includes projects in such sectors as financial services, mining, consumer goods, construction, retail, fintech, carsharing, etc
Before joining JTech Advisory, Alexander has worked in the international audit and consulting firm Mazars, where he has been in charge of the valuation department over the last 2 years. During his career at Mazars, Alexander managed a number of valuation projects for companies operating in Switzerland, Luxembourg, Italy, the Czech Republic, etc. and in the CIS countries (Moldova, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, etc.). Before that Alexander was engaged in the valuation of intangible assets, claims on corporate banking loans, as well as business valuation in appraisal companies.
Alexander graduated from Plekhanov Russian Economic University with a degree in Valuation, as well as Polzunov Altay State Technical University with a degree in International Economics.
Vitaly advised M&A transactions in various sectors including manufacturing, infrastructure, metals&mining, power&utilities, consumer markets and other.
Prior to joining JTech Advisory Vitaly has spent 4 years in PFL Advisors, advising private investors, PE funds and state companies on acquisitions and investment projects. Before that he worked in M&A department of Reiffeisen. Previous experience includes Corporate Finance department in KPMG, where Vitaly was involved in numerous consulting projects in energy and other sectors.
Vitaly graduated Finance University under the Government of Russian Federation.
Sevastian is a final year student at Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. Before joining JTech Advisory, Sevastian was part of the Corporate Banking department at SEB Latvia as one of the four selected students representing SSE Riga, where he was actively contributing to ongoing initiatives within Industry & Corporate Analysis and Real Estate Financing divisions.
Additionally, Sevastian assessed potential financing opportunities of SEB Latvia by preparing credit memoranda, which included in-depth financial, industry, and risk factor analyses of companies.