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As a Director of BusinessPort, my role is commercially and client-solution focused. I have to position BPM and any resultant solutions as a natural 'win' for the business...
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  Experience in various areas of Corporate/wholesale banking and Trade Finance. Extensive experience in the area of trade finance Operation, Compliance, Business Analysis,...
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Andrey Ruskov is working as Business Process Management Consultant since 2006 and is currently finishing his PhD in the field of Academic Process Management. Graduated in 2003...
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