Marcia-Elizabeth Christian Favale

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Marcia-Elizabeth Christian Favale
Born (1969-10-17) October 17, 1969 (age 51)
Education University of Oxford (Master in Science); Harvard University (Business School - Executive Education)
Occupation Founder & CEO M.Favale-Tarter,LLC ; Co-Founder & CEO Blingby

Marcia-Elizabeth Christian Favale (born October 17, 1969) is founder of M.Favale-Tarter, LLC, an advisory company founded in 2008, and is co-founder and CEO of Blingby, a visual entertainment and technology company.[1] She was the former Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan.[2]

Favale is most well known for her work during the financial crisis in Kazakhstan.[3] During the financial crisis, Marcia Elizabeth advised the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan directly and through her firm M.Favale-Tarter, LLC, acted as an Independent Restructuring Advisor to BTA Bank, Alliance Bank, Temir Bank and Astana Finance. BTA Bank was the largest ever restructuring of an emerging market corporate and was named Euromoney’s 2010 CEE Deals of the Year.[4] Her firm M.Favale-Tarter, LLC was recognized alongside Lazard and UBS.[5][6][7]