Anatoly Kirievsky Private and Confidential

Anatoly Kirievsky Private and Confidential

Anatoly Kirievsky Private and Confidential

Name:Anatoly Kirievsky
Date of Birth:1 September 1978
Address:113 Maloney Street,
Mascot, NSW, 2020 / Phone: +61 (0)2 9667-04-64
Mobile: +61 (0)413-233-541
Degree:Commerce (Finance)/Law
1st Class Honours in Finance
University: UNSW / Secondary
School:Moriah College
HSC TER:98.55
Year Completed:1996
Select Academic Achievements
2003 – Freehills Prize for Business Associations 2
2002 – Faculty of Commerce and Economics Dean’s Award for Services to the Faculty
2002 – Nominated by the Vice-Chancellor of UNSW as a High Achiever
2002 – Julius Stone Memorial Prize in Legal Theory for the best performance in the subject
2001 – AXISS Scholar at the Reserve Bank of Australia / 2001 – Commonwealth Bank of Australia Prize for the best overall performance by a final year student in the School of Banking and Finance
2000 – Co-authored a number articles in Finance/Law
1999 – Allen Allen & Hemsley Prize in Finance Law for the best performance in International Business Finance
1997 – Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship
1996 – Invited to the 28th Annual National Mathematics Summer School
Other Interests and Activities

University Activities

  • Guest Speaker at the Careers Forum, organised by UNSW Commerce and Economics Society
  • Coordinator for University Open Day from the School of Banking and Finance
  • Member of the UNSW and St George Districts Athletics Clubs
  • Founding Member and Secretary of the Russian Student Society
  • Participant in annual mooting competitions run by the UNSW Law School
  • Member of UNSW Law Society, responsible for international and graduate students
/ Extracurricular activities
  • Olympic volunteer in the capacity of the NOC assistant to Kyrgyz Olympic Team, utilising my multilingual skills. Chosen as athletes’ escort for the Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies
  • Javelin throwing – participant and assistant coach
  • Basketball – winning at M3 and 1996 NSW Maccabi Basketball Club competitions
  • Army reserve – joined the Reserves in 1997 and attained the rank of private upon completion of the recruitment course
  • Reading, fishing and chess

Employment History
Employer:Reserve Bank of Australia
Dates:February 2003 – Present
Position:Analyst/Senior Analyst / Duties:
  • Undertaking domestic financial marketsresearch
  • Presenting results in analytical notes and regular seminars

Employer:UNSW, School of Banking and Finance
Dates:February 2000 - Present
MCom/BCom programs
Subjects taught:
  • International Business/Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Issues in Corporate Finance
  • Financial Institution Management
  • Risk and Insurance
/ Duties:
  • Presenting lectures (up to 140 students)
  • Developing subject's teaching, examination and marking strategies
  • Presenting weekly tutorials for 20-25 students
  • Marking assignments and exams
  • Consultation with students on a 1-on-1 basis
  • Administrative duties including enrolment, grading, scaling and special considerations
  • High class attendance
  • High lecturer evaluation marks
  • Positive student feedback

Employer:UWS, Sydney Graduate School of Management
Dates:September 2003 - Present
MBA program
Subjects taught:
  • Investment Management
  • International Investment Management
/ Duties:
  • Presenting lectures (up to 30 students)
  • Marking assignments and exams
  • High class attendance
  • High lecturer evaluation marks
  • Positive student feedback

Employer:Linklaters (London, Moscow)
Dates:November 2003 – January 2004
Position:Winter Intern /
  • Conducting research on structured finance
  • Drafting, translating and proofreading business documents

Employer:Hague Conference on Private International Law
Dates:December 2003
Position:Recording Secretary / Duties:
  • Recording the proceedings of the Conference on Indirectly Held Securities

Employer:Poynton and Partners
Dates:February 2002 – March 2002
Position:Summer Trainee Analyst / Duties:
  • Conducting analysis in the corporate finance area, including firm valuation, strategic development, and potential synergies
  • Financial research and modelling
  • Reviewing legal documents

Employer:Baker & McKenzie, CIS
Dates:January 2001 – April 2001
Position:Junior Lawyer / Paralegal
  • Conducting complex legal research
  • Drafting, translating and proofreading documents
/ Achievements:
  • Prepared a number of initial drafts of advice, internal information and press release documents
  • Worked with documents in Russian, Ukrainian and English languages
  • Quickly becoming familiar with local legislation

Employer:UNSW, Faculty of Laws
Dates:June 1999 - November 1999
Position:Tutor (Contracts Laws 1420) / Duties:
  • Developing a personal teaching strategy
  • Preparing and presenting weekly tutorials
  • Conducting revision classes

Employer:Barra International
Dates:January 1998 - March 1998
Position:Summer Trainee Analyst / Duties:
  • Updating financial information
  • Writing a project in Visual Basic for Application to automate the updating process of bond issues

 References are available on request