AnthonyRadev obtained a master’s degree at Marx Károly University of Economics, thelegal predecessor of Corvinus University of Budapest, followed by a PhD inEconomics from the Institute of Social Sciences, Sofia. He later graduated fromThe Johns Hopkins University with a Postgraduate Diploma in internationalpolitics. He is a Hungarian, German and Bulgarian citizen.
He was director ofMcKinsey & Company for twenty-two years. He joined the company in Germanyin 1991 and was one of the founders of the Eastern European office in 1993. Heactively participated in the launch of the Prague (1993), Warsaw (1994) andMoscow (1994) offices and personally opened McKinsey offices in Budapest(1995), Zagreb (2003), Sofia (2005) and Bucharest (2008), and chaired theMcKinsey Working Group on Eastern European Financial Institutions. He has participatedin numerous projects in almost every sector of the economy and in the publicsector, from various financial institutions, through the service sector, to anumber of industrial companies.
Since 2014, he hasbeen in charge of the business School for Executive Education and Development(SEED). Since 2010 he has been a member of the board of the Hungarian FootballAssociation (MLSZ) and since 2014 he has been a member of the board of Mol. Inthe summer of 2019, he was elected president of Corvinus University.