Dr. Airat Chanyshev



New York City
Tel: +1 212 345 7336
Fax: +1 212 345 4650

Email: airat.chanyshev@nera.com
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PhD in mathematics, Moscow State University
MBA in finance, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
MS/BS in mathematics, Moscow State University
Diploma in business and economics, American University, Moscow


Dr. Chanyshev is an Associate Director in NERA's Securities and Finance Practice. He is an expert in the areas of general securities litigation, shareholder class actions, securities and business valuation, and investment management litigation. His recent work has focused on economic analysis and research associated with structured finance, derivatives, regulatory investigations, tax disputes, and bankruptcy.

Prior to joining NERA, Dr. Chanyshev worked as an Associate at Cornerstone Research, where he specialized in complex domestic and international litigations. Before that, he gained extensive finance, accounting, and business analysis experience working at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and Renaissance Capital. Prior to beginning his career in business, Dr. Chanyshev held a research position at Moscow University. He is the author of six academic papers in mathematical journals published by the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow University, and the London Mathematical Society.

Dr. Chanyshev received his PhD and MS/BS in mathematics from Moscow University and his MBA in finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a Fellow of the UK's Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and holds a diploma in business and economics from the American University in Moscow.



Title Type Author
Structured ETFs White Paper Timothy McKenna, Dr. Airat Chanyshev, and Cinnie Lin
Cryptocurrencies: Fundamentals, Developments, and Regulation White Paper Dr. Airat Chanyshev
The Handbook of Mortgage-Backed Securities, 7th Edition Book Edited by Dr. Frank J. Fabozzi
The Subprime Meltdown: Understanding Accounting-Related Allegations Working Paper By Dr. Airat Chanyshev et al.