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GQ Exclusive Interview: Pavel Rudanovskiy, CEO of Verdi Global Consulting Group


In a recent exclusive interview with GQ, Pavel Rudanovskiy, the CEO of Verdi Global Consulting Group, reveals his extensive knowledge of the market, a network that spans the globe, and his role as a master networker. Rudanovskiy is a prominent figure in the business world, known for his exceptional insights and connections.


Rudanovskiy's leadership extends to Verdi Global, where he advises 35 international clients with a total of $5 billion in assets under management (AUM). The company's primary focus is to continually analyze and monitor the local United Arab Emirates market, as well as international markets, to stay ahead of the curve and remain informed about the latest developments. This approach gives Rudanovskiy a competitive edge in providing his investor clients with the best market investment opportunities.


When asked how he manages to stay on top of the fast-paced and dynamic world of investment, Pavel Rudanovskiy credits his deep understanding of the local business culture and the proactive team he has built over the past eight years. He highlights the rapid evolution of people and businesses in Dubai, where Verdi Global is based, and emphasizes their role as top investment experts in the region.


Rudanovskiy's involvement in commodity trading and trade financing also catches attention. He welcomes foreign companies to do business but maintains high standards for executive teams offering investment projects. He seeks experienced professionals with a history of similar deals, and his team carefully analyzes businesses to ensure they meet these requirements.


The conversation shifts to exploring opportunities with African regions in terms of trade. Rudanovskiy shares that Verdi Global is currently examining the development of African countries and engaging in negotiations with over 30 government officials in the region. However, they face challenges with the banking system when conducting large investment transactions. Still, they receive substantial support from African ambassadors in the UAE, making it easier to help African companies open legal entities in the UAE for local branch financing.


ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) investments are a significant focus for Rudanovskiy, as he advises international clients managing over $5 billion in AUM. He believes the next big step in ESG investing in the UAE will involve establishing or relocating production facilities from other countries. By producing products in the UAE, the country can engage in trading and export substitution. Rudanovskiy predicts that the ESG market will reach over $2 trillion by 2030, and a majority of their ongoing projects in the UAE are ESG-based.


For companies seeking attention and raising funds, Rudanovskiy recommends opening companies and bank accounts in the UAE and obtaining UAE residency. He also emphasizes the importance of understanding the local market, analyzing the demand for products, technology, or services, and providing solutions that meet these needs. With this approach, Verdi Global Consulting Group is open to doing business and collaborating with companies that are well-prepared and aligned with their vision.


GQ South Africa is a reputable source for lifestyle and business news, offering exclusive interviews and insights into various industries. This interview with Pavel Rudanovskiy, CEO of Verdi Global Consulting Group, sheds light on his expertise and the company's focus on investment, trade, and ESG opportunities in the UAE and beyond.

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