Mr. Osipov has more than 12 years of experience in investment and financial advisory.
Roman Osipov joined UNITER in 2002 as an analyst. He became the Head of the Investment Department in 2005; starting from 2012 year, Roman Osipov has become the Managing Director of UNITER Investment company.
Mr. Osipov advised on numerous M&A projects in Belarus: acquisition and investments into one of the Belarusian banks (GetIn Holding Poland), entrance of the Belarusian market by the Delta Bank owner (Ukraine) by an acquisition of banks and insurance companies, attraction of Axa company (France) into the capital of a Belarusian insurance company, investments of the largest pump manufacturer in Russia - GMC Group – into JSC “Plant ”Promburvod” and advising large-scale real estate development projects.
Roman Osipov also holds responsibility for relations with international financial institutions such as EBRD, World Bank, Nordic Investment Bank, DEG-Invest. A number of advisory assignments for EBRD and World Bank were executed under his leadership, in particular: establishment of microfinance bank (Belarusian Bank of Small Business) in Belarus, advising EBRD as a shareholder of the Belarusian company Milavitsa, advising EBRD and Nordic Investment Bank on investment projects on water utilities development in Vitebsk, Grodno, Brest and other cities of Belarus.
Moreover, Mr. Osipov covers the field of relations development with foreign and international private equity funds regarding investing into Belarus, as well as privatization.
Professional expertise: investment advisory, corporate finance and management.
He holds Master’s degree in International Business of Belarusian state economic university (2002).