Kauser Bhuiyan

Mr. Kauser BHUIYAN is a German educated Economist, former EU diplomat and Wall-Street professional who gained more than two decades of professional experience at Accenture, Bloomberg, European Commission and Stein & Partners. He learned professional skills in the areas of Change Management Consulting, International Financial Market, Economic Co-operation and Sustainability Advisory services in Frankfurt, Zurich, London, New York, Brussels, Islamabad, Dhaka and Bangkok.

As a founder-volunteer and Editor-in-Chief Mr. Kauser Bhuiyan significantly contributes to the bangladeshinside.com, the most useful source of information and inside stories about Bangladesh at one single place for practical use in the areas of Business, Economics, Finance, Culture, Law, Society and Travel – but no Politics!

Professionally, he provides with Advisory and Change Management services to diplomatic missions, international organisations, donor funded programmes and companies with interests in sustainable business co-operation, joint and private equity ventures in Bangladesh based on the SEE (Social, Ethical and Environmental) concepts including the areas of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR), Operational Health and Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and Climate Impact in focus.

As EU diplomat Mr. Bhuiyan’s responsibilities included management and implementation of the European Commission’s Economic Co-operation portfolio at bilateral and regional levels; provide input and assistance to the European Commission’s Delegation on issues of importance to EU-Pakistan and SAARC economic, trade and investment co-operation; liaise, interact and co-ordinate with EU Member States, international organisations including the UN, donors, government authorities, civil society, private sector actors and other partners relevant to the Economic Co-operation.

Before accepting his diplomatic assignment with the European Commission Mr. Bhuiyan worked at the Wall-Street company Bloomberg L.P. in New York, where he was directly responsible for interacting with CFO’s, Treasurers and Investment Officers of Fortune 500 companies, traders, portfolio managers and other financial market professionals to demonstrate and assist them analysing financial instruments, economic and market data, pricing, news and research reports to make complex financial and business decisions. His clients at this job represented sophisticated finance and investment institutions, central banks, government agencies, ministries and international organisations such as the IMF and World Bank.

Prior to his successful career at Bloomberg L.P. Mr. Bhuiyan worked for Andersen Consulting – now Accenture, where his responsibilities included assisting with the legal framework in Change Management Consulting for clients in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

Mr. Bhuiyan obtained master’s degree in Economics from the Philipps University of Marburg, Germany. He is a German citizen who has excellent command over the Bengali, English and German languages. Mr. Bhuiyan is married to a German lawyer and has two children.

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Mr. Kauser Bhuiyan is a former EU diplomat and Wall-Street professional who gained sixteen years of professional experience at Accenture, Bloomberg, European Commission and Stein & Partners. He learned professional skills in the areas of Change Management Consulting, International Financial Market, Economic Co-operation and Sustainability Advisory services in Frankfurt, Zurich, London, New York, Brussels, Islamabad and Dhaka. Mr. Bhuiyan can be reached at to[at]bangladeshinside.com
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