Berkhan GünaydınClient Management

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areas of expertise
  • Political analysis
  • Market research
  • Foreign Investments
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • M&A transaction support
  • Public Policy Support
  • MBA, Sabanci University
  • MBA, Ecole de Management de Lyon
  • BA, Political and Social Sciences, Sabanci University

Berkhan Gunaydin has a Social and Political Sciences major degree, and an MBA from Sabanci University in Istanbul. After his graduation, he worked in pharmaceutical, and HR Consulting sectors before joining Quatro Strategies, and Consulting, in 2011 as a junior political consultant.

Mr.Günaydin is in charge of client relations and management at QUATRO Strategies International Inc.

Berkhan Gunaydin conveys his experience on analysis, and statistical evaluation, as well as planning in political and business projects. He is fluent in English, and Turkish.

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    September 26, 2022
  • Argentina Prepares Energy Legislation to Develop Natural Gas Plans

    Argentinian President Fernandez said on Wednesday that his government prepares an energy legislation to submit to the national congress in the coming days that “would give certainty” to energy producers and advance the country’s energy agenda, including LNG. Fernandez argued that the Vaca Muerta shale basin, the world’s second largest unconventional gas reserve and the fourth largest oil reserve, gives the country strong advantages in oil and gas markets. 

    September 22, 2022
  • U.S. Senators Propose Secondary Sanctions to Bolster Russian Oil Price Cap Plan

    Democratic Senator van Hollen and Republican senator Toomey on Tuesday proposed that the Biden administration to use secondary sanctions on international banks as a move to strengthen the planned G7 price cap on Russian oil. The senators announced a framework for legislation to impose the secondary sanctions, which would target financial institutions involved in trade finance, insurance, reinsurance and brokerage of Russia oil and petroleum products sold at prices exceeding the cap.

    September 21, 2022

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