Speakers

Erhat Iskaliev
Member of the Trustee Board of International Institute of Logistics and Business “Silk Way"

Education: 1998, University Brothers Karic, Academy of Banking and Trade, Belgrade; 2003, Academy of Jurisprudence – Higher School of Law “Adilet”; 2009, International Academy of Business, MBA programme, “Corporate Management”, Ph.D. in Finance, Monetary and Lending, T, Ryskulov Kazakh Economic University; 2015, Doctoral Program “Business Administration”, European University Business School (EU/International Business School (IBS).
October 1998, leading, chief expert, Investment Institutions Department, Committee of State Property and Privatization MF RK; September 1999, chief expert, Deputy Head, Department of Economics of Atyrau Region; June 2000, Deputy Head, Acting Head of Department of Finance of Atyrau Region; January 2002, Director, Department of Finance, Ministry of State Revenues of the Republic of Kazakhstan; October 2002, Deputy Director of Public Debt and Lending MF RK; May 2003, Director, Department of Investment Policy and Project Finance, CJSC “NC “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy”; October 2003, Managing Director, JSC “Development Bank of Kazakhstan”; May 2006, Chairman of the Board, JSC “DBK-Leasing”; April 2008, President, JSC “Kaztemirtrans”; July 2009, Vice Minister of Industry and Trade, MIT RK; June 2010, Advisor on Logistic and Investment Affairs to the President of JSC “NC “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy” ; June 2011, Vice President, Logistics, JSC “NC “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy”; October 2013, General Director, member of the Presidium, member of the Committee of Transport, Logistics and Communication of the National Chamber of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Association of Legal Entities “Union of Transport of Kazakhstan “KAZLOGISTICS”; January 2015 – April 2016, First Vice President, JSC “United Transport-Logistics Company”.
Awards: Jubilee medal of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan “10 years of Astana”, jubilee medal of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan “20th anniversary of Independence of Kazakhstan”.