Arkadi Kerner

Аркадий Кернер

Chairman of the Supervisory Board of IBFS united.
Honorary Consul of The Association of European Businesses (AEB)
Graduated from the European Academy of Economics in Berlin (Federal Republic of Germany).

He is an expert in the management of cross-border holdings and economic structures.

He has extensive international experience in organizing corporations, funds, trusts, banks and other forms of asset management in more than 40 countries around the world.


Main areas of work:

Creation of the management structure of European companies.
Development of business models used by local and international companies operating in Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and the Baltic countries.
Mergers/acquisitions in EU countries.
Analysis of the impact of changes in European legislation and the laws of individual countries on the local economy and the general economic situation in Europe.
Analysis of the migration policy of the EU and individual countries.
Analysis of the labor market of the EU and individual countries.
Examination of the state of the banking system of the EU, Russia and the CIS.
Analysis of the political situation in Germany and the EU countries related to business development in Russia and the CIS countries.
He is regularly invited by the organizers of the largest conferences and congresses in the Russian Federation and the CIS on the creation of trusts, funds and family asset management systems as an expert on these issues. He is the author of a number of publications in specialized publications and online resources that have received a wide response from a professional audience.


England. Representative Office in London.

1 Mark Square, London EC2A 4EG

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 781 252 42 49

Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00 to 18:00

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