The Benivo leadership team is committed to the company Mission, Vision and Values to do the best work by our clients.
Nitzan is an active promoter of equal opportunities to employees regardless of their financial background or origin, a popular speaker at business school, nominated and won personal and company awards including the Rising Star in Global Mobility by FEM, and recently was invited to the Houses of Parliament to speak about the importance of welcoming employees. Nitzan has an MBA from London Business School.×
Prior to joining Benivo, Brian was Founder and CEO of the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM). Previously, Brian served as the CEO of both Ernst & Young’s and previously Arthur Andersen’s Human Capital practice. He has worked in Global Mobility and Expatriate Management for over three decades.×
Natalie has over 15 years of management and agile delivery experience. Prior to Benivo she worked for a tech startup, enabling communities around the world to reach their full potential in maths through individualised learning.
She has a BA in Biochemistry and Biological Chemistry from Nottingham University.×
Prof. Eli Talmor is the founder of Private Equity at London Business School, co-author of International Private Equity, and ex-Chairman of FourSqure Relocation which was acquired by Primacy Relocation, a Cartus company.×
President - Continental Europe, FLEETCOR since February 2016, and of Eastern Europe since May 2011. From March 2009 to April 2011, Mr. Gavrilenya served as Executive Vice President Strategy and Finance, Eastern Europe. Formerly CFO of Matarex, Ltd.×
Yervand is a tech entrepreneur and investor based in London. He has co-founded Agnian, a digital design and development firm with offices in London and Yerevan. Yervand has worked closely with the founders of tech and media startups, including Sedition, a digital arts platform representing world leading contemporary artists, Saatchi Art, the world’s leading online art gallery, and State.com, a company set up to democratise opinion sharing.×