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Management Financial Group (MFG) and the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Sofia University organize a webinar on the topic "What happens when Data Science meets a survey of satisfaction?". Apostol Mushmov, a member of the Management Board of MFG and Director of the Group "Division of Credit Risk and Revenue Optimization" is the keynote speaker of the event.


The webinar will take place on July 2, 2020 starting at 17:00 via the following Microsoft Teams link.



Apostol Mushmov starts his career at MFG as head of the Planning and Analysis Department at Easy Credit in 2009. He holds a PhD degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University in Sofia, where he also graduated in applied mathematics. He is also a PhD student in England, where he worked for 4 years at the Center for Numerical Modeling of Processes and Phenomena at the University of Greenwich. In 2003 Apostol returned to Bulgaria and he first worked as a senior risk assessment specialist at an insurance company. He then climbed up through several management positions at one of the telecom companies. At the same time, he wrote the book "Reverse Marketing CRM" and reversed the approach to hiring people. In 2009 he decided to change his job and published an advertisement in Capital Careers inviting employers to call him for an interview. He presented a profile of a company suffering from the crisis, then he outlined his future responsibilities in this company as well as his expected financial offer. Within a week, three companies contacted him, one of which was Easy Credit.


Management Financial Group is an entity including in its structure leading companies specializing in the field of non-banking financial services in Central and Eastern Europe. MFG manages a rich portfolio of successful business models in the areas of customer credits, micro and small business financing, credit cards, digital business and other alternative financial models. Some of the institutions in the MFG structure are in the initial stage of their business activity, others are in a phase of dynamic development and growth, and some of them have established themselves in their industry with history of over 14 years in the field of financial services. MFG and its associated companies employ over 8,300 employees and associates in nearly 450 offices in Bulgaria, Ukraine, Romania, Poland and Macedonia.