Renaissance Capital has appointed Ivan Kachkovski as an equity research analyst covering the banking sector and finance institutions in Russia, as well as in frontier and emerging markets across the CIS and emerging Europe.
Kachkovski will be based in London and report to Daniel Salter, head of Research, Eurasia, at Renaissance Capital.
Prior to joining Renaissance Capital, he was vice president of CEEMEA Banks Research at Deutsche Bank from 2015, within its Top-3 Institutional Investor-rated CEEMEA Financials team. Previously, he served as director, Equity and Fixed Income Research at Aton in 2011-2015, focusing on Russian financials. In 2009-2011, Kachkovski was banking and economics analyst at IFC Metropol.
Daniel Salter, head of Research, Eurasia, commented: “Kachkovski is an experienced and professional analyst, well recognised by corporates and clients alike for the strength of his analysis. We believe his longstanding expertise and financial industry insight will be a great addition to the strength of our research offering to clients.”
Renaissance Capital continues to hire senior emerging and frontier markets talent and specialists across EEMEA, to provide a class-leading service for its clients.
The company has recently reported its full-year 2017 financial results, recording a net profit from core business at $15.6mn, up 43% YoY.