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Martin Hronec - head of strategy director in Pravda Capit

Martin Hronec

Head of strategy Pravda Capital

Martin zodpovídá za celou strategii fondu. Dále aktivně pokračuje ve výzkumu a často hovoří na akademických konferencích po celém světě. Martin se stal partnerem společnosti Pravda Capital v roce 2018.