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Alexander Davydov

Partner, Head of Real Estate & Development/Hospitality and Transport & Logistics Practices.


  • FMCG
  • Real Estate & Development/Hospitality
  • Transport & Logistics


: Almaty, Moscow


  • Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) MFA Russia (MGIMO-University)
  • Cornell University


  • English

Alexander started his professional career as a consultant in a major international real estate company, and joined the Ward Howell team in 2003.  He currently leads the Real Estate and Construction/ Hospitality practice, while also executing assignments in other areas such as heavy industry, private equity, retail, and FMCG.

In June 2009, Alexander was appointed head of the Ward Howell representative office in Kazakhstan and continues to oversee it based in Moscow..

Alexander graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations with a focus in management and marketing from the International Business and Business Administration Department. 

He also successfully completed the Leading Professional Service Firm (LPSF) Program at Harvard Business School, the Advanced Program for Executive Search Consultants at Cornell University, in New York, and Columbia Coaching Certification Program at Columbia University.

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