Portrait of Aleksei Matiushenko

Aleksei Matiushenko : Consultant

Aleksei is a member of the Finance & Valuation team at Oxera. His work involves applying corporate finance principles to a range of projects across sectors and geographies, with a particular focus on regulatory finance and state aid.

Aleksei joined Oxera in 2018 after completing a Master’s degree in Finance at the IE Business School, Spain, focusing on corporate finance and valuation. Prior to this, Aleksei completed his undergraduate degree in Economics at Moscow State University, Russia. During his studies, he focused on macroeconomics and corporate finance. He has previously worked as an Intern at two Big Four firms in Corporate Finance and Audit.

Aleksei speaks English, and Russian.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6661

Aleksei's specialisms include:

Selected
professional experience

  • Financial modelling for a planned rail line in central Europe; the financial model was designed to take into account the project’s recent developments, providing investors with a flexible tool for financial analysis (2018–19)

  • Financial modelling of the cost of debt for a utility company, complicated by a significant portfolio of derivatives; assisted in the preparation of the financial model, developing the methodology for the analysis (2018–19)

  • Modelling of the real price effects for RIIO2 for the ENA, and critical analysis of the methodology proposed by Ofgem (2018–19)

  • Modelling of the real price effects for RIIO2 for a gas distribution company, and critical analysis of the methodology proposed by Ofgem (2019–)

  • Contributed to the roadside assistance pricing analysis for an insurance company, including conducting general market research and assisting in the preparation of consultancy outputs (2018)

Qualifications

  • Masters in Finance, IE Business School, Spain

  • Bachelor of Science, Moscow State University, Russia

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