Igor Mazepa

Igor Mazepa

CEO and Founder of Concorde Capital Ukrainian investment company.

In 1997, Mazepa started his career of investment banker in Russian-American Investment Company Prospect Investments.

In 2000-2002, he worked in the position of Managing Director at IC Foyil Securities New Europe, and then as director of IC IFC (International Financial Corporation).

In 2004, he founded and became Director General of IC Concorde Capital.

In 2013, he was among the co-owners of the QIWI/TYME payment system. In 2018, the payment system was prohibited in the territory of Ukraine.

In July-September, he acted as a member of the Supervisory Committee of PJSC Alfa-Bank.

In the 2014, elections Mazepa was on the list of the Strong Ukraine party initiated by Sergiy Tigipko (ex-member of the Party of Regions). Mazepa also has close relations with Borys Lozhkin, ex-Head of the Presidential Administration, who repeatedly confirmed the fact that Igor Mazepa was among his personal advisors.

In 2014-2016, Mazepa was a supervisory board member for Ukreximbank.

In 2008-2016, he served as Chairman of the board of the Ukrainian Exchange securities exchange.

From November 10, 2016 to August 14, 2018, he was sitting on the supervisory board of Ukrsotsbank.


Associated with Kolomoisky

Mazepa’s Concorde Capital started purchasing cement plants – in the experts’ opinion, that was done in favour of Ihor Kolomoisky. He is the co-owner of the Latvian PrivatBank that was not nationalized.