Renaissance Capital Hires Senior Bankers For Russia, CIS & CEE Coverage

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Moscow, London – Renaissance Capital, the leading emerging markets investment bank, has hired two senior bankers to cover Russia, the CIS and Central and Eastern Europe – deepening the Firm’s commitment to its core markets and expanding its ability to intermediate capital between global emerging economies.

Anton Cherny has joined Renaissance Capital as Managing Director, Head of Business Development, based in London. Cherny worked for Renaissance Capital from 2005-2008, during which time he played an important role in the build-out of the Firm’s Equity Capital Markets (ECM) and investment banking platforms, as Head of ECM and a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee. Most recently, he was Chief Investment Officer for the Interros Group and headed his own advisory operation. Cherny has previously served on the boards of a number of public companies, including Norilsk Nickel, OGK-3 and Open Investments.

Dimitri Barinstein will join Renaissance Capital in Moscow on 1 September, focusing on senior client coverage across a number of sectors in Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine. Previously, he served as executive director of Goldman Sachs' investment management division/private wealth management, with a focus on Russia and the CIS. Prior to that, he worked at Deutsche Bank for 10 years in both ECM and global banking coverage for Russia and the CIS.

'It is a pleasure for Renaissance Capital to see Anton back at the Firm, and to welcome Dimitri to our emerging markets franchise', said Andrew Cornthwaite, Renaissance Capital’s Head of Investment Banking and Financing, and Deputy CEO. 'These appointments show a major investment in client coverage in our core markets. Anton and Dimitri are senior and experienced professionals with distinctive skills to offer to our current and new clients'.

About Renaissance Capital

Renaissance Capital is a leading investment bank focused on the emerging markets of Russia, the CIS, Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa. The Firm also offers its clients access to these markets through financial centres such as London, New York and Hong Kong. Renaissance Capital has market-leading positions in each of its core businesses - M&A, equity and debt capital markets, securities sales and trading, research, and derivatives. The Firm is building market-leading practices across emerging markets globally in metals & mining, oil & gas and agriculture. Renaissance Capital is part of Renaissance Group.

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