P. Davidson & Company
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Industry Experience

International Experience

• Russia
• Ukraine
• Kazakhstan
• Moldova
• England
• Japan

Peter Davidson has more than a decade spent working or consulting in the countries of the former Soviet Union, where he worked for two big 5 accounting firms (Deloitte & Touche and Ernst & Young) and two venture capital funds (the Defense Enterprise Fund and Renova/Access Industries).

His duties have included:
• capital budgeting for large industrial concerns;
• business valuations in the United States and Russia;
working as a consultant and investment officer for two U.S. government-backed venture capital funds in the former Soviet Union;
• financial due diligence, feasibility studies, market research; and
• serving as the controller for an investment fund in Moscow, Russia.
In addition, he developed operating and business plans for the first major liaison between Russian and western tractor manufacturers.
Mr. Davidson received a BA in Russian Studies from the University of Arizona and an MBA in finance and international management from the Simon Business School of the University of Rochester. He is fluent in Russian and proficient in Japanese.

• Oil Exploration 
• Refinery

• Tractor Manufacturing 
• Agricultural Equipment Dealerships
• Retail Finance and Leasing 
• Food Processing
• Custom Farming

• Computer Assembly & Sales
• Pharmaceuticals
• Construction Materials

• Retail Finance and Leasing - Agribusiness
• Equipment Leasing

• CFO of Computer Manufacturer 
• Controller of a Venture Capital Fund
• Manager of Big 4 Accounting Office

• Due Diligence on a casino and slot machine company


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