Prior to her direct investment career, Martina Rošková spent five years with Arthur Andersen (Andersen Worldwide), where she provided corporate finance and strategic market entry advisory to leading multinational corporations on their market entry to the central European market, working on M&A transactions in central and eastern Europe and restructuralization projects of the leading industrial corporations.
She participated in the World Bank privatization of the key mining company in the Balkans, as well as other M&A of energy, oil and mining projects in the emerging markets and the Far East. She was one of the pioneers of the venture capital in central Europe, and during her engagement for the European Union Phare, participated in the establishment of the credit support and the first venture capital fund for the Czech small and medium sized sector. Her advisory activity also included work for a number of leading Fortune 100 firms, traded or major firms (from the U.S., Australia, western Europe) on their expansions into the central European market.
During her investment management career, she worked with companies spanning all sectors and served as an active Board of Directors and Supervisory Board Member of the leading firms. During the first years of her professional career, she contributed to the creation of selected joint-ventures and international trade developments between North-American and central-European companies.
Martina Rošková holds an MBA from the Rochester Institute of Technology, U.S.A., and a Master in Economics degree from a Technical University, Czech Republic. She completed certified courses in the field of corporate finance, banking and management from the U.S., Canada, Spain, the Netherlands and Taiwan. She was named the Business Valuation Expert Witness.