US Statesman to Join Altimo International Advisory Board
Altimo, a leading $20 billion international telecoms investment group, is delighted to announce the appointment of Jack Rosen, Chief Executive of Rosen Partners, to its International Advisory Board. The appointment was made at the Board’s meeting in London which reviewed Altimo’s 2006 financial results and its strategic development.
Mr. Rosen is a successful businessman with interests in industries including telecommunications, property, healthcare and cosmetics, operating in the United States, Europe and Asia. Rosen Partners is a leading residential and commercial real estate development firm operating worldwide.
In the field of international affairs, Mr. Rosen was a U.S. State Department delegate to the Organization of the American States. He has been a member of numerous Congressional Missions, including those to Mexico and to the Persian Gulf. He has served on the New Jersey Governor’s Commission on International Trade and as a member of the Associates of the United States Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad. Mr. Rosen is Chairman of American Jewish Congress and Chairman of the Council for World Jewry.
As a result of Mr. Rosen’s involvement in international affairs, he has come to personally know the leaders of numerous countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Americas.
Alexey Reznikovich, Altimo Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are extremely pleased that someone of Jack’s international political and business experience has agreed to join our advisory board. We very much expect he will make an essential contribution to our international strategy of expanding into the emerging markets of Eurasia”.
In a further development, Altimo is also pleased to announce the formal opening of its London office, which will serve as its international co-headquarters.
Alexey Reznikovich said: “With more than half of our assets now located beyond Russia, the opening of the London office is further evidence to our commitment to playing a global role in the development of the emerging markets telecoms sector.’