Vasileios Tsianos

Vasileios is joining StrategyCorp as a Consultant in its Management Consulting practice. Prior to StrategyCorp, Vasileios served as Advisor to Stanbury Holdings, as Investment Banking Analyst at IJW & Co.,  as the Vice President for Corporate Development at (a social enterprise that tackles the annual $100 billion inefficiency of the non-profit sector in N. America), as an Associate at Social Change Rewards (a $15+ million startup utilizing behavioural economics to increase the efficiency of public policy delivery), as a Fundie Impact Fund member, as Equity Research Associate at Perspectec, and conducted data research for the Brookfield Institute. He completed his undergraduate education in Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto, along with professional designations in finance. He also earned his Masters in Finance at IE Business School (Spain), where he also developed the first quantitative methodology for development of large-scale Debt-for-Environment Swaps. He is the youngest to be awarded the Professional Risk Manager designation by PRMIA.

He has served in leadership capacities in multiple non-profit, corporate and political organizations. He served as Head of Delegation to COP21 Paris’ UN Climate Summit, as the Director of the Hellenic Canadian Board of Trade, while he co-led the initiative to create a Modern Greece Studies program at the University of Toronto and was published on LSE ‘s EuroCrisis and the Huffington Post. He has advised several political candidates for leadership in Canada, Greece, and the United Nations, while he has fundraised cumulatively over $1M for various social causes and startups.

He is one of the youngest to be invited at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, the G20 summit, the Clinton Global Initiative, and the UN Climate Summit, and has received climate leadership training by former US Vice President Al Gore.

He has been recognized as one of the 100 Future Global Leaders by the Web Summit, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the Royal Economic Society, and a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum.

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