Aleksandra Georgieva is a Loan Originators Partnerships Manager at iuvo and is a key member of the team. Before appearing on the platform, our originators go through a long process of due diligence and analysis for which we told you here. And she is at the heart of that process. She is, by nature, a person who likes to challenge herself and get out of her comfort zone. We will add that she cannot act otherwise, because in order to withstand the dynamics of Aleksandra’s daily routine, you have to be adaptable, like challenges and be curious about innovations. See below the first-person story about Aleks.
1. What is your professional experience?
My entire professional background is in the field of banking. I worked at a leading banking group in Bulgaria, starting from a base level, through Sales Department and Customer Relationship Management, to Risk Management.
2. How did you start working at iuvo?
When I started working at iuvo I was at a pivotal moment in my life, a moment of searching and rediscovering myself and my vocation… I believe that the direction is right and I am extremely happy with my choice 😊.
3. What do you do when you are away from work?
I adore the mountains and nature! I feel special there, I like to read, do sports, dance, I like martial arts, I think that they develop a strong will and spirit. I’m also very passionate about motorcycling, this is a feeling that can hardly be compared to anything else…
4. Do you have a special talent?
No, I don’t think so! However, perhaps I have plenty of talents that are not special, just like everyone else. I believe that everyone is special in their own uniqueness.
5. Are you investing in something?
The most important investment is in ourselves, in constantly expanding our worldview and broadening our horizons. If we are talking about financial investment, then iuvo is the right choice.
6. What is the best piece of advice that you can give to new users in iuvo?
To refine and diversify risk according to their capabilities, to follow their intuition and not be afraid to explore new opportunities and financial horizons.
7. Let’s finish with an existential question. Which came first, the hen or the egg, and why?
The egg, a hen can come from elsewhere 😊