Stoyan Alexandrov

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Stoyan Alexandrov (Bulgarian: Стоян Александров, born 14 June 1949 in Iliya, Kystendil) is a Bulgarian economist, and former Minister of Finance under Prime Minister Lyuben Berov. A graduate of the Svishtov Academy of Economics, he is the Former President of the Directors' Council and Chief Executive Director of the CCB and President of the Governing Council of the Association of Commerce Banks.

He formerly lecturer at the University of National and World Economy from 1975 until 1993 and was the Bulgarian Socialist Party candidate for Mayor of Sofia in 2003, losing to Stefan Sofianski. He has been manager of the Turkish Dbank since 2006.

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