M.A. degree in Economics from the University of Economics, Budapest.
Post-graduate diploma in international politics from the Paul H. Nitze School for Advanced International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, Bologna.
Ph.D. in International Economics from the Institute of Contemporary Social Sciences, Sofia.
Associate Professor at the Institute of Contemporary Social Sciences in Sofia, Bulgaria.
1991. McKinsey & Company – Germany the founding partner of the East European office
1993. McKinsey & Company: founding partners of the East European office
1995 McKinsey & Company - Budapest
2003 McKinsey & Company - Zagreb
2005 McKinsey & Company - Sofia
2008 McKinsey & Company - Bucharest
He has worked extensively with western and local leading institutions also in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, and Ukraine.
He was also leading McKinsey’s Financial Institutions Practice in Eastern Europe and is a member of the senior leadership of the European banking practice of McKinsey.
In July 2013, Anthony has stepped back and is now Director Emeritus of McKinsey.
With McKinsey, Anthony has completed a vast number of engagements in almost all sectors of the economy and the public sector – from financial institutions through service industries to manufacturing industries.
During his McKinsey years, Anthony has been regularly a guest lecturer at leading business schools in Europe on topics of leadership, strategy and operational excellence.
During the last decade he has been a member of the counselling boards of two private business schools- Corvinus School of Management in Budapest and the High School for Finance in Sofia. Since 2010, he is member of the Board of the Hungarian Football Association.
Anthony is a citizen of Hungary, Germany and Bulgaria (where he was born). Married and father of 3 children.