Troika hires bankers from Goldman and HSBC
Russia’s Troika Dialog has hired from Goldman Sachs and HSBC Bank to boost its expanding investment banking team, following its merger with Sberbank in January.
Both senior hires will act as managing directors and co-heads of sector investment banking. They will report directly to Todd Berman, head of investment banking.
Max Kolodkin (pictured) joins from Goldman Sachs, where he was managing director responsible for developing the investment banking team. He has worked in New York and subsequently moved to Moscow. In his new role he will run the consumer and retail franchise.
Sergei Chinkis join from HSBC Bank, where he was managing director and global head of the metals and mining group. He has over 15 years’ experience in the business. At Troika, he will run the metals and mining franchise.
The appointments are the latest in a line of recent hires as Troika bolsters its newly merged investment banking business. Other recent appointments include Sergei Khaliullin as director of M&A execution, David Theys as head of telecoms, media and technology, and Dimitri Casvigny as head of industrials.
Troika Dialog was founded in 1991 as one of the first investment houses after the demise of the communist regime in Russia. It is active in the areas of securities sales and trading, investment banking, private wealth and asset management, direct and venture investments, as well as personal investment and finance. Its offices are located in 21 cities across Russia as well as New York, London, Nicosia, Kiev and Almaty.