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We are introducing to you Project Management Institute Mongolia Chapter`s 2018-2020 Advisory Board of Directors. 

An Advisory Committee is responsible for providing superior expertise, knowledge and non-binding strategic advice to the executive Board of Directors to improve their process and operational excellence  in order to effectively manage the activities of PMI Mongolia Chapter (PMIMC). The informal nature of an Advisory Committee gives greater flexibility in structure compared to the Board members. 

Bulgantuya Khurelbaatar, Deputy Finance Minister of Mongolia

Ms. Bulgantuya Khurelbaatar is the Deputy Finance Minister of Mongolia. Prior to being appointed to her current position, she worked as the Secretary of Mongolian People’s Party, in charge of Party Structure, International Relations and NGOs. Ms.Bulgantuya served as the Vice President of Mongolian Social Democracy-Youth Union, the youth organization of Mongolian People’s Party. After having completed her high school in Australia, she obtained B.A in Economics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, PRC and M.A in International and Development Economics from Yale University, USA. Bulgantuya worked as Director of Business Development Department of Petrovis LLC, Project Manager at Oyu Tolgoi Project and Commercial Principal Advisor of Oyu Tolgoi LLC, Consultant on World Bank projects in developing countries such as East Timor and Palestine.

Steve Potter, Chairman of Amcham, Senior Advisor of Taskonir Trading

Steve has 40 years of Caterpillar and Caterpillar Dealer management experience in 10 countries and 15 years of competency in organizational and general management. Steve worked for PT Trakindo Utama LLC in Indonesia as a General Manager and has extensive experience in providing advisory services, working for the SME Advisory Services division of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. He has broad expertise in business systems and processes, and a very strong background in the mining industry, including mining equipment rentals, aftermarket support, and finance. Currently, Steve is a CEO of Taskonir Trading LLC. Steve holds an MBA from the Scottish Business School of the University of Edinburgh and a BA in economics from the University of Keele in England. 

Maizorig J, CEO of MDS KhanLeX LLP

Maizorig is a partner of MDS KhanLex LLP. During his 15 years of legal experience he held a number of positions in the Ministry of Justice such as a specialist, senior specialist and Deputy Director of the Legal Policy Department. His previous experience and familiarity of decision making process at public sector brings much value to the firm and the private sector’s clients when dealing with Government related transactions and projects. He advises clients on various transactions involving project financing, M&A and corporate matters. He heads the PPP/Project finance, Infrastructure, Dispute Resolution and International Arbitration practices of the firm. Since the introduction of PPP/Project Finance in Mongolia, Maizorig has been involved as a secretariat of working group on drafting and development of Law on Concession and State policy on development of PPP, advising contractors, service providers, consortia, and public bodies on a wide range of projects. In the rail sector, he advised on the New Railway project and acted as the Local counsel of Ulaanbaatar Railways (UBTZ) JSC’s international arbitration case. In relation to banking and finance, he advised on the multi-million dollar transaction involving Credit Suisse. He has co-authored first ever Mongolian book on project finance, “The Fundamentals of Project Finance”. Maizorig is a member of Mongolian Bar Association. He is proficient in English. Maizorig has been rated as a leading lawyer by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2016, being quoted as “responsive, experienced and reliable lawyer” and in the same publication under the leading lawyers referred him as the person who “provides good advice in tricky issues”.

PMI Mongolia chapter

Posted on May 28, 2018