Chief Country Officer, Russia and CIS, Deutsche Bank
Igor Lojevsky rejoined Deutsche Bank in August 2008 from Dresdner Bank, where he had served as Chairman of Global Banking and Capital Markets for Russia and the CIS. Prior to joining Dresdner in July 2007, Mr Lojevsky worked at Deutsche Bank in London, where he was Head of Sales and Origination for Russia and the CIS from 2005. Prior to joining Deutsche, he was Co-Head of Investment Banking at Vneshtorgbank (VTB) in Moscow from 2003-05. His first stint at Deutsche Bank came in 2001-03, when he worked in the Corporate Finance team in London. Mr Lojevsky joined Deutsche from the World Bank in Washington where he was energy policy advisor for Europe and Central Asia region.
Before joining the World Bank, Mr Lojevsky was an advisor to the Russian Fuel and Energy Minister. He was also an advisor to the President of a Russian oil major, where he provided strategic advisory and financing structuring for multibillion dollar projects.
Mr Lojevsky holds an MBA from the University of Massachusetts at Boston. He is currently working on a PhD in Finance.