Esko Aho (born 1954) was Prime Minister of Finland from 1991 to 1995. Today he is executive Chairman of the Board at East Office of Finnish Industries representing the leading Finnish corporations in Russia. Mr. Aho is elected member of the Executive Board at the International Chamber of Commerce and an invited member of the Club de Madrid, an independent organisation of former heads of state and government dedicated to strengthening democracy. Mr. Aho is member of the Board of Sberbank, Russian´s biggest bank.
In 2016 he was named as Executive in Residence at Aalto University, where he works at the Department of Management Studies at the School of Business.
Esko Aho served as a member of Finnish parliament for 20 years before being elected to the Prime Minister´s Office in 1991.