Markéta Nováková and Kateřina Chvalinová join Miton

Michala Gregorová, Miton

Michala Gregorová

21. 3. 2022
what’s new in Miton

What’s new in the Miton team? It has, for example, grown again in the past month, allowing us to provide our companies with greater support.

Markéta Nováková a Kateřina Chvalinová

In the autumn, Katka Chvalinová joined our CFO Vláďa Janouš as Financial Manager. Katka’s work builds on the extensive experience she gained at her former employer, the consulting firm KPMG, where she was mainly involved in valuation and financial advisory in connection with company sales and acquisitions.

Kateřina Chvalinová

Katka’s work at Milton primarily includes dealing with investment rounds for companies in the group, performing internal valuations and helping with the financial management of the group.

“The companies in Miton’s portfolio encompass several entirely different sectors. Each has its own specificities and projects at various stages of development, which translates to great variety in my work,” describes Katka diplomatically the fact that if anyone in the Miton team has a lot on their plate, then it is definitely our financial duo.

In January, we convinced Markéta Nováková to join our team in the position of HR Business Partner. We know Markéta well from her time at Rohlík, where she began as a business partner for the IT department and then was gradually given responsibility for Rohlik’s entire head office, and from our very own Biano, where she held the position of HR Manager.

Markéta Nováková, Miton

Markéta’s task at Miton is to manage the entire HR agenda, which means helping with recruitment, managing our network of contacts and building the internal HR team. If you feel that working at Miton would be great (and it is), we are looking for someone to join Markéta to help her seek out talented people.
P. S. We are also looking for an analyst.


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