Andrej Kiska is the former President of the Slovak Republic. He studied at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Slovak University of Technology. After graduating and spending a year and a half in the USA, he returned to Slovakia where he co-founded the company Tatracredit, s.r.o. in 1996 which implemented the catalogue installment systems Triangel and later Quatro which have become the largest installment systems in Slovakia. In 2005, VÚB bank bought these companies and merged them under the name Consumer Finance Holding, where Andrej Kiska served until 2007 as a member of the Board of Directors. In 2006, he co-founded a non-profit charitable organization called Dobrý anjel, in which donors help families that have found themselves in a difficult financial situation as a result of a family member contracting a serious disease (such as cancer). From 2014 to 2019, Andrej Kiska served as the Slovak President. Currently, he is very active in the fields of business as well as philanthropy.

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