27th International Financial Congress programme
Born 13 June 1979, Kazan
1997–2002 – Kazan State Pedagogical University, Department of Foreign Languages, Diploma in Foreign Languages and Philology (11 June 2002)
2001–2004 – School of Management at the Kazan State Technological University, major in Public and Municipal Administration
2007 – Ph.D. in Social Sciences
2008–2011 – Academy of Social Education, major in Law
2015 – obtained academic title of Associate Professor
2002 – Internship in the USA, Ноuston, Texas
2007 – Russia-Netherlands RF President Programme for Management Personnel, Amsterdam, Holland
2002 – 2008 – Advisor to the Chief Federal Inspector for the Republic of Tatarstan
2008 – present – Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages in Professional Communication of Kazan State Technological University
2012 – present – Director of SRO Edinstvo
• Finalist of the 'Uspekh' competition in the nomination ‘The Best Representative of Russian Business Women in Finance’, Moscow, 2010
• Letter of Appreciation from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Tatarstan ‘For Thoughtful and Meaningful Orphanage Involvement’
• Letter of Appreciation from the Military Commissioner of the Republic of Tatarstan ‘For Advocacy of the Service in the Armed Forces and Patriotic Education of Young People’
• Letter of Appreciation from the Head of the Federal Drug Control Service of the Republic of Tatarstan ‘For Proactive Efforts in Drug Abuse Prevention and Healthy Lifestyle Promotion’
• Letter of Appreciation from the Head of the Privolzhsky Customs Directorate ‘For Active Cooperation with the Customs Authorities’
• Medal ‘In memory of the 1000-anniversary of Kazan' for active involvement in the celebration’s preparation.
Alexander Afanasiev was born on 12 January 1962 in Moscow.
In 1984 he graduated from the Moscow Finance Institute with a degree in International Economic Relations and holds a PhD in Economics.
Since 2011 he has been a member of the Moscow Exchange Board of Directors and a Chairman of the Executive Board since June 2012.
He also is a member of the Exchange Supervisory Board, a member of the National Clearing Centre (NKO NKC (AO)) Supervisory Board, a member of the National Settlement Depository (NKO AO NRD) Supervisory Board, and a member of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Board.
From 1998 to 2011, he worked at Bank WestLB Vostok (ZAO), a subsidiary of the German banking group WestLB AG, as a Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board.
Volgograd State University, Faculty of Global Economics, diploma with honors
MBA «Banking» from National Academy of Economics established by the government of the Russian Federation
Sberbank and London Business School executive program
Ph.D. in Economics
In Sberbank since 1999
2008-2012 First Deputy of Chairman of Sberbank Ukraine
2012-2015 Board Member, Chief Risk Officer of DenizBank Turkey
2015-till now Senior Vice-President, Chief Risk Officer of Sberbank Group
Сontinues to serve as a Board Member of Sberbank Europe AG, BPS-Sberbank (Belarus), Sberbank (Ukraine), DenizBank, Chairman of United credit bureau Board of Directors
Born in 1967. After leaving school in 1985 he entered the Lenin’s Shipbuilding Institute. Subsequently, from 1996 to 1998, Dyukov took up the post of Financial Manager and Chief Executive director of CJSC St-Petersburg Oil Terminal. In 1998 he was economics director, and during 1999 acted as chief director, of JSC St-Petersburg SeaPort. In 2000 he resumed his duties in JSC St-Petersburg Oil Terminal as Chairman of the Board of Directors. In 2001 he took an IMISP MBA degree. In February 2003 he was appointed President of JSC AK SIBUR. Since July 2005 he has also been President of JSC AKS Holding. In November 2005 he ceased working as the President of JSC AK SIBUR. He is President of OJSC AKS Holding, and since December 2005, he has also been President of JSC SIBUR Holding. Since November 2006 he has been Chairman of Board of Directors of JSC SIBUR Holding. From 2011 — Deputy Chairman of Board of Directors of JSC SIBUR Holding. On 23 November 2006 he was appointed Acting President of JSC Gazprom Neft’. On 30 December 2006 he was elected President of JSC Gazprom Neft’ by the ordinary general meeting of shareholders.
Born in 1958.
Education: in 1980 graduated from Lviv Polytechnic Institute, majoring in Electrical Engineering.
Career. Alexander Muranov started his career in November 1980 at Elektroizmeritel factory in Zhitomir, where he worked until 1994 as engineer, head of laboratory and deputy director for research. Between 1995 and 1998 held the positions of economist, head of corporate relations department, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board and First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board at Unibest Bank. Between October 1998 and February 2005 Alexander Muranov worked at the Russian Industrial Bank as Vice President, First Vice President and President. Joined Gazprom Bank JSC in February 2005, where he currently occupies the post of Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
Chairman of the Council on Professional Qualifications of the Financial Market, Executive Vice-President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. Born 15 September 1955. Doctor of Economics, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Professor of the National Research University “Higher School of Economics.”
Member of the Board of RSPP, co-chairman of the RSPP Commission banks and banking. Chairman of the International Coordinating Council of Banking Associations in the CIS, Central and Eastern Europe (MBS), the Supervisory Board of NP “National Payments Council”, Chairman of Coordination Council FBA EAC, member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, the Consultative Council under the Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation on accessibility of financial services.
Member of the National Council on Professional Qualifications under the President of the Russian Federation, a member of the Presidential Commission on Disability, National Accreditation Council for Business Education board, Association of Leading Economics and Management Universities, the Presidium of the Free Economic Society.
Published over 280 articles and 5 monographs on banking, credit policy and investment problems.
Aleksey Voylukov was born on December 22, 1974 in Krasnoyarsk.
Graduated from the Financial Management Departments of the Moscow University of Steel and Alloys in 1997 and the State University of Management in 2000.
In 2008, he completed his MBA program with the "Strategic Corporate Reengineering and Financial Management" specialization at the Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics.
In 2009, he passed the professional retraining under the "Bank Top Manager" program at the Russian Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation.
Aleksey Voylukov worked in the Central Bank the Russian Federation divisions since 1998. He began his career as an economist of the first category, at various periods of time he worked as a leading economist, chief economist, head of the Division of consolidated analytical work, deputy head of the Consolidated Economic Department.
Since 2008, he worked as a managing director of the office No. 1 of the Moscow Main Territorial Branch of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
In June 2011, he was transferred to the position of the Head of the Krasnodar Regional Division of the Southern Main Branch of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
From September 2015 to October 2017, Alexei Voylukov worked as Deputy Director of the Cash Circulation Department of the Bank of Russia, before that, from May 2014 to August 2015, he was the Head of the Southern Main Branch of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
Since November 2017 Alexei Voylukov has been working as a Vice-President of the Association of Banks of Russia, responsible for the Department of Banking regulation and analysis.
Alexey graduated from the National Research University of Electronic Technology in Moscow and has a doctoral degree in finance awarded by the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has been a member of GARP since 1999 and member of the Steering Committee of PRMIA Russian Chapter since 2002. He is a Financial Risk Manager – certified by the Global Association of Risk Professionals and has 19 years of professional experience in finance.
Alexey has over 20 papers and articles to his credit, he edited and co-authored several books. His areas of interest include financial risk management, regulation of bank risks, financial intermediation theory, risk analysis of large-scale investment projects, risk management in sovereign institutions, technical and fundamental analysis of financial markets.
Born on 10 June 1969. Graduated from Cybernetics Department of National Research Nuclear University MEPhi in 1991 and from Faculty of Economics of Moscow State University in 1994. He has been working as a Head of Treasury Departments of Russian largest banks, Sberbank and UniCredit Bank, for more than 20 years. As a banker, went through the crises of 1994, 1998, 2008, 2014. Currently, as a Vice-president – Head of Treasury manages the establishment of the effective ALM system in PJSC Sberbank. Author of the book ‘ALM and liquidity risk management of the bank’, published by Sberbank Corporate University.
Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, elected as a Federal member nominated by the National political party UNITED RUSSIA.
Assumed the office on 5 October 2016 (7th session)
UNITED RUSSIA faction member
Member of the State Duma's Financial Market Committee
Born on 3 September 1974 in Omsk
Graduated from the Moscow Border Institute of the Federal Security Service of Russia
Worked as General Director of OAO PG Novik
In 2011 was elected to the Murmansk Regional Duma (5th session) for a single electoral district, part-time official.
In 2015 was elected Chairman of the Murmansk Regional Duma Committee on Security, Military Defence Sector, Military Affairs and Restricted Administrative and Territorial Entities.
Since 2015 member of the State Commission for the Development of the Arctic
Since 2016 Deputy Head of the Project Office for generation and development of proposals for establishment and development of the Kola Peninsula of the Russian Federation in the Arctic.
On 18 September 2016 was elected to the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation (7th session) as a Federal member nominated by the National political party UNITED RUSSIA.
Received a Commendation from the Chairman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation and the Honorary Certificate of the Murmansk Regional Duma
Married, three sons.
Alexey Malinovskiy is responsible for the development of Mastercard’s business in Russia, one of the largest European markets with a fast-growing cashless economy and payments industry.
Mastercard brings cutting-edge global technologies and innovations, increasing share of electronic payments and spreading financial literacy in Russia. With Mastercard, Russian people get access to convenient, simple and secure solutions. For instance, the company was the first to introduce contactless payments with a smartphone and other devices to the market, launched multiservice cards, which created a basis for the infrastructure development of smart cities and regions.
Alexey has been a part of Mastercard management team since 2010. He has been working in more than 20 Central and Eastern European markets, Turkey, Israel and CIS. He has served as President of Mastercard Members’ Association and represented Mastercard on the Board of the Russian National Payment Council since 2012.
Before joining Mastercard, he worked for more than 15 years in a number of Russian and international companies in the high-tech sector. Graduated with a degree in Applied Mathematics from Moscow Aviation Institute.
Previously held positions:
July 2012 – present time: Deputy Finance Minister
September 2010 – July 2012: Head of Macroeconomy Analysis at VTB Capital
2004-2010: Managing Director, Head of Fixed Income Research and Chief Economist, Renaissance Capital.
2001-2004: Chief Economist, Renaissance Capital.
1998-2001: Senior Sovereign Strategist, Emerging Markets Research, Fixed Income Department, BNP Paribas London
1995-1996: Senior Economist, Department for Foreign Exchange Regulations and Controls, Central Bank of the Russian Federation
2011: Ranked 2nd for Russian macroeconomy in Thomson Reuters Extel Survey 2011 and 3rd in “Economics” category in Institutional Investor 2011 All-Russia investor survey.
2004-2009: Ranked best analyst in at least one fixed income category in each of the Institutional Investor All-Russia Research Surveys.
2006: Ranked Top 3 economist in Emerging Europe in the Institutional Investor Emerging EMEA Research Team Report.
Alexey graduated with honours (Beta Gamma Sigma) and received Master of Business Administration from the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Rochester, USA. He graduated with honours from the State Academy of Management, Moscow, Russia, in International Economics.
Was born on September 30, 1970. Started a career in the Zenit Bank where from 1995 to 2002 have passed the way from the trader to the board member and the Head of investment department. In the first half of 2002 entered the MDM Bank team on a position of the vice chairman of the board and head of the corporate and investment department. In 2006 founded the New Russia Growth asset management company managing Volga River funds of direct and mezzanine investments with a total amount of $370 mln. Since 2015 - member of the Supervisory board of PJSC Sovcombank. Since August, 2017 – the Vice chairman of the board and Head of GR in PJSC Sovcombank.
Got two higher degrees (Moscow Technological University (MIREA) and Moscow Institute of International Business (MIMB) and Master in banking degree in IBSS, San Diego US.
President, National Association of Securities Market Participants
Timofeyev was born in 1972 and graduated from Urals State Law Academy. In 1994–1998, he was an expert at the International Institute for Legal Economy Development. In 1998–2005, he was an expert at the Centre for Financial Market Development under the Federal Financial Markets Service.
He is a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Economic Development, the Council under the National Association of Mutual Investment Funds, the Council under NP RTS, and the Stock Market Council under the Moscow Stock Exchange.
Timofeyev was part of the team that developed and adapted most of Russia’s legislation on stock markets, including the Law on Securities Market, the Law on Joint Stock Companies, the Law on Limited Liability Companies, and the Law on Investment Funds. He was part of the team that promoted preferences for long-term investors on the Russian stock market, including a system of individual investment accounts and long-distance agreements with customers.
Alfred Hannig is the Executive Director of the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI), a global network of policymakers and regulators dedicated to providing the world’s 2 billion unbanked safe access to the formal financial system through smart policy initiatives. Before officially launching the initiative in 2008, Dr. Hannig spent three years leading the design and development of AFI’s unique institutional peer-to-peer cooperation model, aimed at scaling up financial inclusion policy and regulatory solutions that have proven successful in developing and emerging countries. While serving as Executive Director, Dr. Hannig has overseen the growth of AFI from an organization with a few enthusiastic members, into an independent global alliance and important knowledge hub of policymaking and regulatory institutions from more than 90 developing and emerging nations. Dr. Hannig is a member of the AFI Board of Directors and heads the AFI Management Unit. He continues to take an active role in championing the AFI Network concept and promoting the essential role of financial inclusion policy for the health of both the unbanked and the global economic system. Before his work with AFI, Dr. Hannig served in leading management, policy advisory, training and research focused positions around the world including assignments with: Bank Indonesia, Bank of Uganda, Superintendencia de Bancos in Bolivia; Head of the Financial Systems Development Unit at German Technical Cooperation, and with the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, while also serving as the Federal Republic of Germany’s representative for the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP). Dr. Hannig received his Ph.D. on financial sector reform from Freie Universität Berlin and has authored several publications focused on financial inclusion policy and regulatory issues as well as microfinance.
A.G. Aksakov was born on November 28, 1957 in the village Ermolaevo of Kumertausky district in Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. In 1975 he graduated from high school of the village Vilino Bakhchisaraysky district of the Crimean region.
For two years he worked in a factory.
In 1983 he graduated from the Lomonosov Moscow State University. In 2005 he graduated from the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Since 1986 worked as a lecturer at Chuvash State University.
In 1994-1995 - Deputy of the State Council of Chuvash Republic. In 1994-1997 - Deputy Director of Institute of Economics, Finance and Law (Cheboksary).
In 1995-1997 - Director of the Cheboksary branches of the Moscow commercial banks.
In 1997 - Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers - Minister of Economy of the Chuvash Republic..
Since 1999 - Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation of the third, forth,sixth and seventh convocation of the Cheboksary single member electoral district. Worked as Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Economic Policy and Entrepreneurship and
Deputy Chairman of Credit Organizations and Financial Markets Committee.
Since April, 2015 - Chairman of the Committee on Economic Policy, Innovation Development and Entrepreneurship.
Since 2016 - Chairman of the Financial Market Committee.
Since 2002-2009 member of the National Banking Council of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
Since 2016 - Member of the National Financial Council of the Bank of Russia.
Since 2006 - President of the Association of Regional Banks of Russia.
Since 2017 - Chairman of the Board of the Association of Banks of Russia (Association "Russia").
He was awarded the Order of Merit for the Fatherland of the IV degree, the medals of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland of the I and II degrees, the certificate of honor of the President of Russia, the Certificate of Honor and the honorary mark of the State Duma of the Russian Federation "For Merits in the Development of Legislation and Russian Parliamentarism", medal of the Peter Stolypin, honored with Commendations of the President of Russia and Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
Author of about one hundred laws on the socio-economic development of the country.
Anatoly Milyukov was born on 15 April 1972.
Graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. Participated in an exchange programme for business administration with the University of Wisconsin.
In 2001 he graduated from Harvard Business School (MBA) with honors.
He started his professional career as a financial analyst at the World Bank and was among ten people who launched Credit Suisse's banking business in Russia in 1994–1995.
At the age of 23 he founded a successful company that subsequently became known as Mosbusinesstrust (an affiliate of Mosbusinessbank).
As the head of Mosbusinessbank's treasury, he continued working there during the crisis of 1998–1999, managing his department until the merger with the Bank of Moscow.
In 2001 he became Chief Managing Director of Alfa Capital.
In February 2006 he left the company and joined Gazprombank as Executive Vice President. There he was in charge of brokerage services and trust management of clients' assets.
In March 2013 he left Gazprombank and his post of Head of Trust Management Department and Executive Vice President.
Since 2014 he has been Board Chairman of April Capital Managing Company.
In June 2015 he became a member of the new board of PJSC Rostelecom.
On 27 February 2018 he was appointed Executive Director of non-state pension fund Blagosostoyanie.
Before joining Aton, was in charge of private customers at Troika Dialog Managing Company, and starting from 2007 supervised private customers business at Troika Dialog Group and held the position of a Partner. Prior to his career at Troika Dialog, managed retail business at MDM Group.
Andrey Zvyozdochkin graduated from Moscow State Aviation University and Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.
Born on 3 February 1961 in Moscow.
In 1982 graduated Plekhanov Moscow Institute of National Economy, followed by post-graduate training program in the Institute of Soviet Trade in 1987, Ph.D. in Economics.
1982–1984 – Economist, acting junior research associate, research associate of the Division of Social and Economic Problems of the All-Union Scientific Research Institute of the Economics of Trade and Management Systems under the USSR Ministry of Trade;
1987–1988 – senior research associate in the All-Union Scientific Research Institute of the Economics of Trade and Management Systems under the USSR Ministry of Trade;
1988–1990 – Instructor of the Division, Manager of the Working Youth Division of the Central Committee of the Komsomol;
1990 – 1996 – Chief Specialist, Deputy Division Head, Division Head, Head of the Department for Control Over Organized Commodity and Financial Markets of the State Committee of the RSFSR for Antimonopoly Policy and Support for New Economic Structures (GKAP Russia);
1996 – 2001 – Head of the Department for Control Over Activity of Credit Institutions in Financial Markets, Head of the Department of Licensing of Activities of Credit Institutions and Audit Firms of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
By the Order of the Government of the Russian Federation of 18 January 2001 No.62-R was appointed as Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for Antimonopoly Policy and Support to Entrepreneurship. By the Order of the Government of the Russian Federation of 14 April 2004 No.471-R was appointed as Deputy Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS Russia).
On 14 May 2010 Mr. Kashevarov was elected Chairman of the sixth meeting of the Coordinating Council for Advertising under the Interstate Council on Antimonopoly Policy (MSAP).
Since April 2013 – Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service Scientific Department of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.
By the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 22 September 2006 No.1045 Mr. Kashevarov awarded the honorary title Honoured Economist of the Russian Federation.
In August 2010 by the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation Mr. Kashevarov received the Medal To Commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the XXII Olympic Games of 1980 in Moscow and the Letter of Recognition for significant contribution to the development of sport and international athletic cooperation and promotion of healthy lifestyle.
In February 2011, Mr. Kashevarov received the Honorary Diploma of the Government of the Russian Federation for significant personal contribution to adopting a state policy in promotion of competition, prevention, restriction and suppression of monopolistic activities.
By the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 5 December 2014 No.756 Deputy Head of the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service of Russia Mr. Kashevarov was awarded the Medal of the Order For Merit to the Fatherland, second class, for services in pursuit of the state policy in promotion of competition, prevention, restriction and suppression of monopolistic activities and longstanding dedicated work.
By the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin On State Awards of 16 July 2015, No.369 Deputy Head of the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service of Russia Mr. Kashevarov was awarded Order of Honour for invaluable contribution in pursuit of the state policy in promotion of competition, prevention, restriction and suppression of monopolistic activities.
Andrey Kostin was born in Moscow in 1956. He educated Moscow State University in 1979 (major - teaching political economy), PhD in Economics.
He was at diplomatic service at the USSR Consulate General in Australia (1979-1982) and Embassy to the UK (1985-1990). In 1993 – 1995 he was Deputy Head of Foreign Investment Department of Imperial Bank. In 1995 he was elected First Deputy Chairman of National Reserve Bank. In 1996 he was appointed Chairman by presidential executive order of Vnesheconombank, in 1999 his term in office was extended for another three years. Since 2002 - President and Chairman of the Management Board, Member of the Supervisory Council of VTB Bank.
He has Order of the Russian Orthodox Church of St. Seraphim, 2nd class, Orders For Merit to the Fatherland (2nd, 3rd and 4th classes), Order of Honour, Order of Merit (France), Presidential Letter of Appreciation and Presidential Certificate of Honour, Certificates of Appreciation from the Government of the Russian Federation, Presidential Certificate of Honour, Letter of Gratitude of the Russian Government, Russian Government Certificates of Honour.
Andrey Lipin was born on 13 August 1983 in Tselinograd (The Republic of Kazakhstan)
B.a. in economics at Novosibirsk State University, (2004).
M.a. in economics at Novosibirsk State University, (2006).
Ph.d. in economics at Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Russian Academy of Science (Siberian branch), Novosibirsk (2009).
M.a. in economics at New Economic School, Moscow (2012).
Research fellow in the Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Russian Academy of Science.
Key responsibilities: regional analysis, industrial organization.
Head of analytical and research division in corporate sector.
Key responsibilities: forecasting, strategical planning, game theory, industrial organization analysis.
Head of Macro Research, Deputy Director of Macroeconomic policy Department in the Eurasian Economic Commission;
Key responsibilities: managing forecasting process (short term, medium term (BVAR, DSGE) and long term forecast), macroeconomic policy analysis in the Eurasian Economic Union member states, integration effects assessment at sectorial, regional and macro level (CGE, partial equilibrium models).
2016- till now
Deputy Director of Monetary Policy Department in the Bank of Russia;
Key responsibilities: macro forecasting, assessment of monetary and macroprudential policy, monetary research, regional economics.
Graduated from the Lomonosov Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology, got the second degree in Economics and Finance from the Academy of Finance and Law, completed the curriculum of the MBA programme of the Open University Business School (UK) majoring in Financial Strategy and an internship under the RF President's Professional Development Programme at Brokhouse & Cooper`s (Canada).
He has worked at financial markets since 1996, including the securities market with various investors, investments in securities, real economy and its investment projects implementation. He acquired a broad experience in government affairs when working in NAUFOR (National Association of Securities Market Participants) and NFA (National Securities Market Association) steering committees.
Currently he is the Vice President of the National Association of Microfinance Market Stakeholders (NAMMS) and a member of the Committee on Financial Markets and Banking Institutions of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. He is actively involved in the Bank of Russia Expert Councils on financial literacy and consumer protection.
Since 2014 he has overseen publishing and promoting of the textbook ‘Fundamentals of Financial Literacy’. In 2016 the textbook was published by the Prosveshcheniye Publishing House and today it is becoming a part of the educational process in gymnasiums and lyceums in various regions of Russia.
Author and co-author of a number of popular books and manuals on financial literacy.
Andrei Sokolov holds a degree in Mathematics and Cybernetics from Moscow State University (1977). In 1981, graduated from Maurice Thorez Moscow State Institute of Foreign Languages.
Since 31 August 2011 — Chairman of the Bank’s Executive Board.
Prior to joining Alfa-Bank Andrei Sokolov was Chairman of the Board at RESO-Garantia insurance company. From March to October 2002 — First Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors at MDM-Bank. In 2001–2002 — First Deputy Chairman of the Board at Conversbank, and in 1995–1998 served in Alfa-Bank as Head of Corporate Customer Relations. From 1998 to 2000 and from 2003 to 2007 — Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board. From 2007 to August 2011 — First Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board.
In 2012 - 2016 Mr. Shemetov was Deputy CEO of the Moscow Exchange. In 2008 - November 2012, Mr. Shemetov was the CEO of Aton Investment Company.
Andrey Shemetov graduated from the State University of Management with specialization in Production Management in 1996. He is graduate of Yale School of Management 2016. He has been involved in the Russian stock market and related activities since 1995.
In 2015 Mr. Shemetov won the 1st place in the Commercial Directors Rating in “TOP-1000 Russian Managers” by The Association of Managers and Publishing House Kommersant, preceded by the 2nd place in the same nomination in 2014. In 2012 Mr. Shemetov won Ernst & Young’s Annual Award “Entrepreneur of the Year” for Business Recovery. Andrey was named “Person of the Year 2009“ by the Russian Government in the category “Investment Banker“.
Date of birth: 8 September 1969
Education: Moscow State Pedagogical University, The All-Russian State University of Justice (RLA of the Ministry of Justice of Russia). In 2002, received a PhD degree (“Justification of requirements to network firewalls and information security management systems in distributed information systems”). PhD in Technical Sciences, Associate Professor.
Employment: worked in the sphere of information security since 1995. Worked in the Bank of Russia and in JSC Rosselkhozbank. Took part in the development of normative documents on information security in the Bank of Russia (BR IBBS) and GOST on information security in the sphere of credit and finance. Since 2012 has acted as Deputy Head of the Directorate General for Security and Information Protection of the Bank of Russia. Recipient of professional prizes of Silver Dagger, ZUBR, and Bank Information Security.
Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, member of the Management Board of Gazprombank (Joint Stock Company), member of the Supervisory Board of Russian National Reinsurance Company, Joint-Stock Company.
In 1995 he graduated from Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia.
From 2004 to 2008 Mr. Kulik was Senior Vice-President of VTB 24.
From 2008 to 2017, he held senior positions in Sberbank and its affiliates: Director of Retail Risk Division, Vice President – Director of Risk Department of Sberbank of Russia. From 2012 to 2017 – member of the Board of Directors of Denizbank A. S. Since 2013 – member of the Executive Board of Sberbank of Russia. From 2013 to 2017 —member of the Board of Directors of JSC Sberbank-Technology, Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board, member of the Executive Board of Sberbank of Russia.
In 2017 — Advisor to the Chairman of the Management Board of Gazprombank (Joint Stock Company).
Since 2018 — Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of Gazprombank (Joint Stock Company).
Mr. Lyakh graduated from Russian State Technological University (MATI) named after K.E. Tsiolkovsky in 2006, specializing in information systems and technologies. In 2009 he obtained a degree in Economics with focus in financial markets and financial engineering from Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.
Since joining the Federal Service for Financial Markets (FSFM) in 2009, Mr. Lyakh has been working in financial market regulation. In 2011, he was appointed as FSFM Head of the division engaged in countering insider trading and market manipulation.
In 2014, he was appointed as Head of the Main Office for Countering Malpractice in the Open Market, a new division created at the Bank of Russia. In June 2017 the Main Office was extended to Department for Countering Misconduct with Mr. Lyakh appointed as Director.
The areas of expertise include investigations related to market abuse, inter alia insider trading, market manipulation, price distortion, financial pyramids, unlicensed regulated activities and high-frequency trading.
Born July 14, 1967.
1991: graduated from Moscow State University, Department of Mechanics and Mathematics.
2004: completed an MBA programme at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
2016: completed a programme at the Institute of Directors, UK, and got a Dip IoD degree.
1994–2000: worked for Aeroflot Bank, Tokobank and Avtobank, rising from dealer to Deputy Head of Treasury.
2000–2009: held the position of Head of Financial Markets Department at MDM Bank.
2009: joined Otkrytie Bank as Chairman of the Management Board. His objective was to merge four banks, develop all areas of activity of the new unified bank and help it join the 30 top credit institutions in Russia. All those objectives were successfully achieved.
2014: Head of the National Foreign Exchange Association. In 2015, he reorganized it by merging it with the National Fund Association.
2016: joined the National Financial Association as a candidate for President of the NFA. His objective is to develop the NFA actively under the new conditions of the financial market and its self-management.
Born in August 1971 in Gorkiy.
1994: graduated with honors from the Economics Faculty of the Moscow State University.
1995: graduated from Universite Paris-9 (France) with specialization in Financial Management.
2010: rest-graduate from Ecole Nationale d’Administration (Strasbourg, France).
Started banking career in 1995 as controller in Compagnie Bancaire Banking and Insurance Holding Company (PARIBAS Group) in Paris.
1997-1998: Head of Credit and Insurance Business Development Mission of PARIBAS SPECIALISED FINANCIAL SERVICES in Russia.
1999: Head of International Development of CETELEM SABANK, then worked as Director General of CETELEM BANK in Greece.
2005: Head of International Project Group ‘Banking Supervision and Reporting’ in the Central Bank of Russian Federation.
2006-2008: Executive Director of LBO/Private Equity Fund in Luxembourg.
Before appointment to the position of Director of Banking Regulation Department of the Bank of Russia (in 2012) served as Deputy Chairman of Moscow Bank of Sberbank, Head of Finance and Risk.
From 2014 – serves as Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia.
Speaks English, French and Greek.
Vakhtang Abrahamyan (Date of Birth 14 Feb 1975)
Vakhtang Abrahamyan is Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Armenia. He graduated from the Armenian State University of Economics (ASUE) and has completed the Advanced Economic Studies program at Fletcher School, Tufts University. He also competed Executive Training Program at Columbia University. He currently is Chairman of the Board at Armenian Card CJSC (ArCa) and is also a board member of ACRA Credit Bureau. Mr. Abrahamyan is a certified member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).
Vakhtang Abrahamyan has been working in Central Bank of Armenia since 1995. He hold different positions in the Bank: Specialist in Banking technologies development Department, lead specialist in Payments department. Since 1997 he hold different managerial positions in Payment department, then in Internal Audit department of Central Bank. In 2007 Vakhtang Abrahamyan was appointed as a Chief Audit Executive (Head of Internal Audit) of the Bank. In 2008 Vakhtang Abrahamyan was appointed as a Board Member of the Central Bank of Armenia by President’s decree. In 2013 Mr Abrahamyan was reappointed to his position for second term. In 2015 Vakhtang Abrahamyan was appointed as a Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Armenia.
In 2017 Vakhtang Abrahamyan has been awarded by the second-class Medal of Services to the Motherland.
Mr. Abrahamyan is married and has three children.
Education In 1990 graduated from the AF Mozhaisky Military Space Engineering Academy, Leningrad, majoring in Control Systems. In 2014 acquired Master of Law degree from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). Professional experience
1990–1999 Central Research and Development Institute of Aerospace Defence Forces of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation. Retired Lt. Colonel. 2000–2002 Analytics and management in the Moscow Fuel Association and in Russian Fuel Union; 2002–2012 Executive positions in the OPORA Russia public association of small and medium-sized business; December 2011–October 2016 – elected member of the 6th convocation of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, United Russia; served as Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Economic Policy, Innovative Development and Entrepreneurship; Since 2013 – member of the Executive Board of All-Russian Civic Movement ‘Narodny Front ‘Za Rossiyu’’ (of the All-Russia People’s Front), elected member of the ONF (All-Russia People’s Front) Central Staff; Since 2013 – the head of the All-Russia People's Front project 'For the Rights of the Credit Users'. Since 2015 – Chairman of the Expert Council for the Protection of Financial Services Consumers and Minority Shareholders Rights of the Bank of Russia.
Before joining Citi as Chief Economist in 2010, a position he held until 2018, Willem was Professor of Political Economy at the London School of Economics and Adviser to Goldman Sachs from 2005 to 2010. He was Chief Economist for the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development from 2000 to 2005 and a founder External Member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England from 1997 to 2000. He has been a Consultant to the IMF, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the European Commission, and has been an Adviser to many central banks and finance ministries.
Willem has published on economic affairs in books, professional journals and the press, and has held academic positions at Princeton University (1975-76 and 1977-79), Bristol University (1980-82), the London School of Economics and Political Science (1976-77, 1982-85 and 2005-2010), Yale University (1985-1994) and Cambridge University (1994-2000). Willem holds a BA in economics from Cambridge University and a PhD in economics from Yale University. He has been a member of the British Academy since 1998 and was awarded the CBE for services to economics in 2000. He is an Adjunct Professor of Economics at Columbia University and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. He is married to Professor Anne Sibert.
Born in 1981. Vladimir Verkhoshinskiy is married and has three children.
Vladimir Verkhoshinskiy joined VTB Group in 2009.
In 2009-2011 Vladimir worked at VTB Bank as Vice President and Head of corporate development and strategy Department.
In January, 2012 Vladimir transferred to JSC "Bank of Moscow" where he held the position of Deputy President and Chairman of the Management Board taking responsibility in the area of development of retail and small business, mortgage lending and private banking services.
In May 2016 due to the merger of two banks – VTB and Bank of Moscow – Mr. Verkhoshinskiy transferred back to VTB Bank as Head of Retail business of the Bank holding the position of Member of VTB Bank Management Board. Since the merger with VTB24 in 2017 Vladimir Verkhoshinskiy is taking responsibility for office network, digital channels and overseas retail as Deputy Head of VTB Group Retail.
Prior to joining VTB Group, he worked at the Moscow offices of JSC CB "Citibank", also VR Capital investment fund and McKinsey consulting company.
In 2003 Vladimir Verkhoshinskiy graduated with honors from the Financial Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation in Finance and Credit.
Vladimir holds a Master of Business Administration and Public Management Program from Stanford University (USA).
Vladimir Potapov is responsible for the strategic and operational development of VTB Capital Investments, which combine VTB Capital Investment Management – asset management arm serving local and international investors; VTB Capital Brokerage – provider of brokerage services to institutional clients; VTB brokerage department, which services retail investors; and VTB Forex – provider of retail FX services.
In July 2010 Vladimir joined VTB Capital Investment Management as the Global Head of Portfolio Management business. Vladimir assumed his role as Chief Executive Officer of VTB Capital Investment Management in 2013. His efforts have enabled VTB Capital Investment Management to rank among the top asset management businesses in Russia.
Before joining the firm, he worked for more than seven years at Troika Dialog as a partner and lead portfolio manager. There he participated in the active development of the asset management business, pushing it to become a leader on the Russian market. Under his management Troika Dialog’s mutual funds were ranked among the top funds in their categories.
In a ranking by Kommersant and the Association of Managers “Top 1000 Russian Managers” Vladimir ranked first place among senior managers of financial asset management companies. Vladimir received a "Reputation 2015" award for the nomination "Contributing to the development of the industry of collective investments”. In 2014 Vladimir received the Financial Elite Russia award for his contribution to developing the Russian asset management market. In 2013 Vladimir was awarded the Higher School of Economics’ alumni award for his contribution to improving the “reputation and leading position of Russian business on the global market” under the corporate business category. In 2011 he received Spear’s Russia Wealth Management Award for his efforts in developing the industry for managing private capital. He received the financial award for best equity fund manager in 2008, and in 2006 ranked among the top-10 fund managers in Russia according to Finance magazine.
Vladimir received his MBA with honors from the Chicago Booth School of Business. Prior to this, he graduated with honors from the Higher School of Economics in Moscow and the Peoples’ University of China in Beijing. He is a CFA charter holder and is FFMS 1.0, 5.0 certified. Vladimir is a certified coach of the International NeuroLeadership Institute.
Vladimir plays an important role in the development of the Russian financial market and business community. He is a member of Young Presidents’ Organization, the world’s premier peer network of chief executives and business leaders, a member of the Exchange Council of the Moscow Exchange, Chairman of the Collective Investments Market Committee of the Moscow Exchange, a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Institutional Investors, a member of the Board of Directors of NAUFOR (National Association of Securities Market Participants), a Board Member of CFA Association (Russia), and a member of the Committee on Large Companies with State Ownership and Development Institutions at the Expert Council of the Federal Agency for the Management of State Property.
Starting from June 2017 Vladimir is a member of the Board of Directors of Public Joint Stock Company “United Aircraft Corporation” (PJSC “UAC”).
Vladimir Potapov was born on 27 October 1982 in Moscow.
Born in 1969 in Moscow
1992 – graduated Lomonosov Moscow State University, School of Mechanics and Mathematics
1992–1998 –First Vice President, Rinaco Plus
1998–2002 – employed at Investment Bank Group NIKoil
1998 – 2000 – General Director, BC NIKoil
July 2000 – appointed Executive Director of investment bank servicing business line at NIKoil Group.
Since May 2002 – General Director, AlfaStrakhovanie Group.
Since January 2014 – member of Supervisory Board, Alfa Group Consortium.
Born: 20 January 1973; Moscow.
1995: Graduated from the Faculty of Law of the M.V. Lomonosov MoscowState University (jurisprudence).
1995–1996: Economist of the 2nd category, economist of the 1st category, leading economist with the Foreign Exchange Regulation Division of the Bank of Russia Main Division for Foreign Exchange Regulation and Foreign Exchange Control.
1996–1997: Leading economist of the Foreign Exchange Regulation Division, chief economist of the Foreign Exchange Control of Capital Operations Division of the Bank of Russia Foreign Exchange Regulation and Foreign Exchange Control Department.
1997–1999: Deputy Head of the Foreign Exchange Control of Capital Operations Division — section head of the Bank of Russia Foreign Exchange Regulation and Control Department.
1999–2000: Head of the Foreign Exchange Operations Analysis Division of the Bank of Russia Foreign Exchange Regulation Department.
2000–2002: Deputy Director of the Bank of Russia Foreign Exchange Regulation Department.
2002–2004: Deputy Director of the Bank of Russia Foreign Exchange Regulation and Control Department.
2004–2011: Deputy Director of the Bank of Russia Banking Regulation and Supervision Department.
2011–2013: Director of the Bank of Russia Financial Stability Department.
From September 2013 to March 2, 2014: First Deputy Head of the Bank of Russia Financial Markets Service.
From February 28, 2014: Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia.
Member of the Bank of Russia Board of Directors (since 18 October 2013).
Vladislav was born in the town of Ruzaevka (Mordovia) in 1980. He graduated from the Mordovia State University with a degree in Regional Studies. He started his career as a regional mass media employee, worked as the head of the PR and Advertising Department of the consulting group "Shop of Ready Business". Since 2005, he has worked as the press secretary of the Finam group of companies, and since May 2010, he has been its president. Vladislav was repeatedly recognized as the best PR-specialist in Russia and was also included on the lists of the best known stock market experts. The winner of several awards in the field of public relations, the author of five scientific works on sociology and cultural studies. A member of the Committee for the Development of Innovation & Investment Market at the Coordination Council of Innovation & Investment Market at the Moscow Stock Exchange. A member of the Derivative Financial Instruments Board, a member of the RTS Board of Directors, a member of the NAUFOR Board of Directors, a member of the Supervisory Board of the Russian Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain.
President of the Association of Russian Banks (ARB). Chairman of the Council of the Moscow Bank Union (MBU), Chairman of the All-Russian Council of Regional Banks Associations.
Adviser of the Chairman of the Federation Council of the RF Federal Assembly.
Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Professor, Doctor of Law, Doctor of physics and mathematics.
Head of Department of Banking Law in the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the RF; Head of Department of Financial and Banking Law in the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Mr. G. Tosunyan is the author of more than 300 articles and 37 monographs.
Georgy was born in 1975. In 1997, he graduated from the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation, and in 1999, he received an MBA from Imperial College Management School in London. He holds a Ph.D. in Economic Sciences. From 1994 to 2002, he worked as Deputy General Director of LLC Creative Marketing Group; from 2002 to 2004 as General Director of LLC CMG Strategy; from 2004 to 2008 as Senior Vice President, Director of Marketing Department, and Director of Card Development Department of Russian Standard Bank. From 2008 to 2012 he worked as Senior Vice President, Director of Retail Business Department of VTB24. From 2012 to 2016, he was First Deputy President-Chairman of the Board of Leto Bank and became First Deputy President-Chairman of the Board of Post Bank in March 2016.
PhD in Economics.
1996-1999: Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation. Member of the State Duma Committee on Budget, Taxes, Banks and Finances.
1999-2005: Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia).
Since March, 16, 2005: First Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Member of the Board of the Bank of Russia.
Member of the Supervisory Board of Sberbank.
Herman Gref was born on February 8, 1964, in the village of Panfilovo, Irtysh District, in the Pavlodar Region of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic.
1990: graduated from the Law Faculty at Omsk State University, specializing in Jurisprudence. He also holds a PhD in Economics.
1991–1992: legal counsel, category 1, for the Committee for Economic Development and Property of the Administration for Petrodvorets and St. Petersburg.
1992: appointed head of the Petrodvorets District Agency of the Committee for the Management of Municipal Property, St. Petersburg Mayor’s Office.
1992–1994: Chairman of the Property Management Committee, Deputy Head of Petrodvorets Administration.
1994: became Vice-Chairman and then Senior Vice-Chairman of the Committee for the Management of Municipal Property, St. Petersburg Mayor’s Office.
1997–1998: Deputy Governor, Chairman of the Committee for the Management of Municipal Property, St. Petersburg Mayor’s Office.
1998–2000: Senior Deputy Minister for State Property of the Russian Federation.
2000–2007: Minister for Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation.
Since November 2007: CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board of OAO Sberbank of Russia.
Awarded orders “For Merit to the Fatherland”, 3rd and 4th degrees, Order of Honour, order of Alexander Nevsky, the P.A. Stolypin medal, 2nd degree, the order of Faithful Saint Prince Daniil Moskovsky, 1st degree, the Certificate of Merit and Gratitude from the President of the Russian Federation.
He was awarded the highest French distinction, and was made an Officer of the Légion d'honneur.
For special achievements in the banking sector and his personal contribution to the development of Sberbank, he was awarded the Golden Sign of Sberbank of Russia.
Quinten Daniel A.
Daniel A. Quinten is a Partner at KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Germany. He is co-head of KPMG’s ECB office, which is a group located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, staffed with various specialists from different countries of the Eurozone. KPMG’s ECB Office advises German and European banks on how to deal with the different aspects of ECB’s regulatory and supervisory agenda. Daniel’s original area of expertise is Pillar I and Pillar II regulation, stress tests and structural regulatory measures such as recovery and resolution.
Before joining KPMG, Daniel worked for the Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. His positions there included Chief of Staff of the Deputy Governance’s Office and heading the banking supervisory law and international banking supervision department. He was closely involved in the development and delivery of international, European and German post-crisis banking regulation agenda. In addition, he contributed to the set-up of the Single Supervisory Mechanism in the Eurozone, the ECB-led pan-European supervisory authority.
Daniel frequently publishes articles and thought leadership papers on banking regulation topics. He also speaks about these topics at national and international conferences and as guest lecturer at universities. Daniel has a degree in economics.
Daniyar Akishev was born, on May 25, 1976 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
In 1996, he graduated with honours in Economics from the Kazakh State Academy of Management, specializing in banking management.
He began his career in 1995 as a Lead Economist at the Central Asian Stock Exchange.
From November 1996 to August 2007, Akishev worked in various positions at the Research and Statistics Department of the National Bank of Kazakhstan. From June 2003 to August 2007, he held the post of Director of the Research and Statistics Department.
In August 2007, by Order of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Akishev was appointed Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Kazakhstan.
From August 2014 to August 2015, he served as Head of the Social and Economic Monitoring Department of the President Administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
From August to November 2015, he held the position of Acting Assistant to the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
On November 2, 2015, by Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Akishev was appointed Governor of the National Bank of Kazakhstan.
Denis Shulakov is the First Vice-President of Gazprombank since September 2012, in charge of capital markets across international and domestic debt, equity and equity-linked products as well as trading, brokerage and market research. Over the last 3 years Gazprombank has established itself within top 5 bookrunners for Russian eurobonds and #1 bonds arranger in Russian Oil&Gas and Energy industries (Gazprom, Gazpromneft, Novatek, Rosneft, Sibur, Federal Grid mandates executed).
Prior to joining Gazprombank Denis worked as a Managing Director of Barclays in London (2003-2012) heading Russian investment banking and lately CIS public sector. During this time, Barclays became the #1 bookrunner for Russian Eurobonds (2010) and was among top-3 bookrunners for a number of consecutive years. Denis managed over 70 eurobond placements and liability management mandates for largest Russian and CIS clients, including re-entry of the Russian Federation in theEurobond market in 2010, debut international debt offerings of Vhesheconombank, Russian Development Bank and Russian Railways, numerous eurobond issues for Lukoil including USD1.5bn convertible bonds in 2010, loan portfolio restructuring of Rosneft with USD7.5bn pre-IPO bridge financing, IPO and debut eurobonds, rating advisory, positioning of Ukrainian Railways for international debt issue and many others.
Dr. Jacob A. Frenkel is Chairman of JPMorgan Chase International. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Group of Thirty (G-30) which is a private, nonprofit, Consultative Group on International Economic and Monetary Affairs.
Dr. Frenkel served from 2001 to 2011 as Chairman and CEO of the G-30, from 2004 to 2009 as Vice Chairman of American International Group, Inc., and from 2000 to 2004 as Chairman of Merrill Lynch International, as well as Chairman of Merrill Lynch’s Sovereign Advisory and Global Financial Institutions Groups. Between 1991 and 2000 he served two terms as the Governor of the Bank of Israel. He is credited with reducing inflation in Israel and achieving price stability, liberalizing Israel’s financial markets, removing foreign exchange controls, and integrating the Israeli economy into the global financial system.
Between 1987 and 1991, he was the Economic Counselor and Director of Research at the International Monetary Fund, and between 1973 and 1987 he was on the faculty of the University of Chicago where he held the position of the David Rockefeller Professor of International Economics and served as Editor of the Journal of Political Economy.
He is a Fellow of the Econometric Society, a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a member of the Board of Trustees of the New York Economic Club, a member of the Board of Directors of the National Bureau of Economic Research, of the Japan Society, and of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a member of the Competitive Markets Advisory Council (CMAC) of the CME Group, a member of the Boards of the Aspen Institute Italia and The Council for the US and Italy, a member of Temasek International Panel (TIP), of the G20 Eminent Persons Group on Global Financial Governance, and a member of the International Advisory Council of China Development Bank. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Boston Properties, Inc. and Loews Corporation.
Dr. Frenkel is a Laureate of the 2002 Israel Prize in Economics, a recipient of the Scopus Award from the Hebrew University, the Hugo Ramniceanu Prize for Economics from the Tel-Aviv University, the Czech Republic’s Karel Englis Prize in Economics, the “Order de Mayo al Merito” (in the rank of Gran Cruz) decoration from the Government of Argentina, the “Order of Merit” (in the rank of Cavaliere di Gran Croce) decoration from the Republic of Italy, and the YIVO Lifetime Achievement Award. He is also a recipient of several Honorary Doctoral degrees and other decorations and awards, including the “1993 Economic Policy Award” by “Emerging Markets” and the “1997 Central Banker of the Year Award” by “Euromoney”.
Dr. Frenkel serves as Chairman of the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv University. He previously served as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (1995-1996), as Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (1999-2000), as Governor of the IMF and Alternate Governor of the World Bank for Israel (1991-2000), and a member of the Economic Advisory Panel of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1986-2014).
Dr. Frenkel is the author of numerous books and articles in the fields of International Economics and Macro-Economics. Dr. Frenkel holds a B.A. in economics and political science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
Ceyla Pazarbasioglu is the Senior Director in the Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation Global Practice (FCI GP), World Bank Group. She joined the Bank in July 2015, as Senior Adviser and Global Lead for Financial Sector Oversight and Policy and Bank Regulation and Restructuring. Prior to this, she was Deputy Director at the Monetary and Capital Markets Department of the IMF, where she oversaw the work on financial sector regulation and supervision, and crisis prevention and management. She also managed the Fund’s work on the global regulatory reform agenda and led the Financial Sector Assessment Programs (FSAPs) for the United Kingdom (2011) and Spain (2012). Between August 2008 and February 2010, Dr. Pazarbasioglu was the mission chief for Ukraine. Prior to this position, her main focus was on banking restructuring issues, in particular in Argentina and Uruguay. Dr. Pazarbasioglu was appointed as the Vice President of the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency of Turkey soon after the major banking crisis of February 2001. As a high level official, she had to work closely with the Central Bank and the Treasury, with banking sector representatives as well as with the government to contain and resolve the crisis. During 1998–2001, Dr. Pazarbasioglu worked as the Chief Economist of Emerging European Markets at ABN AMRO Investment Bank in London. Prior to 1998, Dr. Pazarbasioglu worked at the IMF on financial sector issues and bank restructuring strategies in Nordic countries, Emerging Europe, Latin America, Turkey as well as in Korea and Thailand after the Asian crisis. Ms. Pazarbasioglu holds a PhD in economics from Georgetown University and was a visiting scholar at Princeton University. She is a certified Securities and Financial Derivatives Representative.
John Walsh leads the McKinsey & Company Financial Regulation Practice in the company office in Washington D.C. In that role, he closely collaborates with the clients and partners of the McKinsey Risk Management and Regulation Practice from around the globe. John helps the clients in the matters of risk management and regulatory matters (both regulators and lending institutions) to analyze the issues and opportunities that arise before enactment of new regulations.
Prior to joining McKinsey, from August 2010 to April 2012, John served as the acting Comptroller of the Currency, which is a top management position supervising over 2,000+ national banks and federal savings associations as well as 50 federal branches and agencies of foreign banks in the United States (comprising nearly two-thirds of the US banking system’s assets). Comptroller of the Currency is also a Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
In 2005 he graduated the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPhI) with honours, Department of Information Security majoring in Integrated Information Security of Automated Systems.
Mr. Gadar started his career developing software for cryptanalysis. After the transition to the financial sector, he was promoted from the information security analyst to the Vice President – Director of Information Security Department.
Also worked in Raiffeisenbank, Barclays Bank, GE Money Bank (General Electric Co), and Bank Otkritie. Currently he is Vice President – Director of Information Security Department of AO Tinkoff Bank.
In 1998 Dmitry graduated from the Finance Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation majoring in Finance and Credit. Later in 2001 he was awarded a PhD degree in Economics after the approval of his thesis in international taxation.
In 1997 Dmitry Gusev joined the Russian office of Coopers & Lybrand before it merged with Pricewaterhouse to become nowadays PwC. In 2001 he moved to Deloitte in Russia and joined the department of taxes and law. In 2005 – 2007 he held the position of partner and head of international tax advisory team in Russia and CIS at Deloitte Moscow office.
In 2007 Dmitry Gusev joined Sovcombank team as a member of the Board of Directors. Since 2011 holds the position of the Chairman of Management Board and is also one of the minority shareholders of the Bank.
Sinh này 2/9/1970 tại Moscow.
Năm 1994 tốt nghiệp Học viện quan hệ quốc tế Moscow thuộc Bộ Ngoại giao.
Sau khi tốt nghiệp, bắt đầu làm việc tại công ty tài chính quốc tế.
1998-2000: làm việc tại phòng tài chính công ty YUKOS.
2001: tốt nghiệp MBA tại International Institute for Management.
2001-tháng 1/2004: lần lượt giữ các chức vụ phó Giám đốc – Trưởng bộ phận hoạt động đầu tư ngân hàng, Giám đốc phụ trách bộ phận tài chính doanh nghiệp tại ngân hàng Trust&Invest Bank.
Tháng 2/2004, chuyển sang làm việc tại SIBUR, lần lượt giữ các chức vụ cố vấn Chủ tịch, phó Chủ tịch phụ trách phát triển chiến lược và phân tích, phó Chủ tịch phụ trách chính sách doanh nghiệp và chiến lược, phó Chủ tịch cấp cao phụ trách chính sách doanh nghiệp và chiến lươc, phó Chủ tịch cấp cao phụ trách phát triển kinh doanh.
2006-2016: Tổng Giám đốc SIBUR.
Từ năm 2007: thành viên rồi Chủ tịch HĐQT.
Từ năm 2014 – thành viên HĐQT công ty TNHH STGM, công ty cổ phần STGM.
Từ năm 2016 – Chủ tịch HĐQT công ty cổ phần SIBUR Holding, Chủ tịch HĐQT công ty TNHH SIBUR.
Graduated from the Moscow State University in Economics; the Institute of Political Studies of Paris (Economics and Finance) and holds a Master of Arts in Economics, Banking and Finance from Paris IX Dauphine University.
He started his career in 1996 in the Russian Regional Development Bank, where he became Senior Vice-President and then joined VTB Group in 2004. In 2006 Dmitry became First Deputy Chairman of PromStroyBank, transformed shortly after into VTB North-Western Bank which he led as Chairman of the Management Board from 2007. In 2011 Dmitry Olyunin was appointed to TransCreditBank and has run its merger with VTB24 in early November, 2013. Since December 2013, Dmitry Olyunin has held the position of the Chairman of the Management Board at Rosbank.
Dmitry Rudenko was born in 1969. He completed higher education and in 1993 graduated from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University majoring in “Radio-electronic systems and mobile units control systems”. He has had a successful career from a specialist in the Department of Calculations to the head of Promradtehbank HR department. He then worked as head of Retail Business Department, Deputy and First Deputy Chairman of Russian Standard Bank, and First Deputy President-Chairman of the Board of VTB24 Bank. From 2012 to 2016 he was the President and Chairman of the Board of Leto Bank and became President and Chairman of the Board of Post Bank in March 2016.
DmitryTulin was born in 1956 inMoscow. In 1978, he graduated from the Moscow Financial Institute (now the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation) and then – besides working – did part-time postgraduate work at the All-Union External Finance and Economics Institute (now an institute of the same Financial University) and was awarded a Candidate of Science in economics. Having graduated, he also started working for the State Bank of the USSR, where he rose to be a member of the board and then, at the end of 1991, transferred to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia). He worked two terms for the Bank of Russia, with a gap of 10 years in between (1991–1994 and 2004–2006), both times as Vice-President. He also worked for the Bank of Foreign Trade (now VTB), the International Monetary Fund, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the Deloitte auditing firm; he also engaged in scientific work and lecturing, acted as an independent director or member of the supervisory boards of Russian and foreign banks and companies. In January 2015, he returned to the Bank of Russia as First Deputy Governor.
Although, by education, an engineer, David now has more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry in Europe, North America and, for the past 7 years, in Russia. In 1987, David joined Bankers Trust Company in London, working first in the IT department and then as a member of the quantitative analytics team which built derivative pricing models for the bank. In 1990, he moved to Canada where he took charge of the Equity Derivatives business. Until 2005, David worked as a Trader/Trading Manager/Risk Manager in a number of US and European investment banks. From 2005 until the end of 2007, he worked as a regulator in the UK specializing in Market Risk and, subsequently as a senior supervisor of Investment Banks in London. Returning to the industry in 2008, he took responsibility for rebuilding the Independent Price Verification team in Merrill Lynch, globally and then, in 2009, joined VTB Capital, in London as CRO. In 2011, David moved to Moscow with his then role of Global COO of VTB Capital where, following the creation of the Corporate-Investment Bank, he took on the role of Group CRO of VTB Bank. In 2013, David joined Alfa Bank as CRO – in which role he continues to work.
1980: graduated from Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod (UNN) in Economics
2005 – Medal of the 2nd degree Order “For Merit to the Fatherland”;
2013 – Order of Honour
CSc in Economics
Associate Professor, Member of the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation from the Nizhny Novgorod Region, representative of the Nizhny Novgorod Region on the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
On November 20, 2015, Ekaterina Trofimova was elected Chief Executive Officer by decision of the General Meeting of Founders of the Analytical Credit Rating Agency ACRA. Previously, in 2011, she joined the Gazprom team and, since 2012, has been a member of the Management Committee and been in charge of the work of the Ratings Advisory Centre, the Centre for Economic Forecasting and the Corporate Relations Department. From 2000 through July 2011, Ms. Trofimova worked as a financial analyst, Director and Head of Russia and CIS Financial Institutions Rating Group at Standard & Poor’s (Paris, France). Ms. Trofimova was on the analysis board of the ratings agency in Europe and was in charge of the group for awarding ratings to financial institutions. At S&P, she fulfilled a played role in developing and updating the methodology for preparing financial institution ratings. Alongside analytical work relating to major financial institutions, Ms. Trofimova took an active part in developing the concept for the company’s strategic development and HR management in the region. Ms. Trofimova graduated in Global Economics from the St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance in 1998 and the Sorbonne (Paris) in Finances and Tax Management in 2000.
Elena has university degrees in law (DVGU, Far Eastern National University) and economy.
She has been in the microfinance industry since 2002.
She is a member of:
• Expert Council on Non-Bank Credit Organizations under the State Duma Committee on Financial Markets;
• Expert Council on Microfinance and Credit Cooperation of the Bank of Russia;
• Expert Council on Financial Literacy of the Bank of Russia;
• Expert Council for the Protection of Financial Services Consumers and Minority Shareholders Rights of the Bank of Russia;
• Bank of Russia Working Group on Financing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises;
• Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation Committee for Small and Medium-Sized Business Support and Promotion;
• Microfinance Subcommittee of the TPP RF Committee for Small and Medium-Sized Business Development
• TPP RF Committee on Financial Markets and Credit Organizations;
• Council of SRO KPK 'Korporativnye Finansy'
She is also the Chairman of the Council of the Primorsky Krai Association of Credit Co-Operatives.
She participated in drafting laws 'On Credit Cooperation', 'On Microfinance and Microfinance Organizations', 'On Consumer Loans', subordinate legislation and standards for associations of microfinance institutions.
Мs. Elena Chaikovskaya graduated from Plekhanov Russian University of Economics in 1995, majoring in Finance and Credit with an expertise in Banking Industry. For the period of 1995-1997 Ms. Chaikovskaya was working at а commercial bank and in 1997 she joined the inspection unit of the Federal Commission of Securities Market (afterwards - the Federal Financial Markets Service). In 2004 Ms. Chaikovskaya switched over to the Bank of Russia, specifically to the Market Operations Department, where she was dealing with the methodology of the Bank of Russia domestic and foreign markets operations. In 2011 she moved to the newly established Financial Stability Department of the Bank of Russia, where she was responsible for the development of financial market infrastructures and instruments. In January 2014 Ms. Chaikovskaya was appointed to her current position of Head of Financial Market Development Department one of the new structural units of the Bank of Russia, which was created as а result of the Bank of Russia taking over the Federal Financial Markets Service.
Igor Kachalin was born on 15 March 1958 in Moscow.
In 1980 graduated from the Technical Department of the KGB Higher School, majoring in applied mathematics. PhD in Technical Sciences.
Joined KGB/FSB in 1980, where he held a number of posts.
Chairman, Technical Committee for Standardization No. 26 (Cryptography in Information Security).
Date of birth: 01.09.1976
1993-1999: Moscow Institute of Electronic Engineering, Radio Engineering Department, Diploma with honors in Automated Design Systems.
Igor has worked in IT since 1997, rising from the position of systems engineer to CEO.
Igor joined LANIT in 1997 as a systems administrator and, in 1999, was appointed Head of the Information Security Department, where he supervised the evolution of the company’s network security, antivirus, and communication channel protection services.
In 2005, Igor left LANIT to join Integrated Services Group as Director of the Security Systems Department.
In 2008, Igor became Head of the Information Security Center at Jet Infosystems, where he contributed to the creation, promotion and sales of information security systems, developed channels for service sales, launched and drove proprietary production operations, and managed human resources.
Since March 2015, Igor has been CEO at Solared Cyber Security being part of PAO Rostelecom Group, a nationwide provider of services and technologies for information asset protection, targeted monitoring, and cybersecurity management.
With 19 years of experience in information security, Igor has supervised over a hundred large-scale geographically distributed projects for businesses and federal authorities.
Mr. Yurgens is the President of the All-Russian Insurance Association (ARIA) and the President of the Russian Association of Motor Insurers (RAMI), The President of National Union of Liability Insurers (NULI), the Chairman of the Management Board of the Institute of Contemporary Development (INSOR), a member of the Management Board of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, a member of the Presidential Council for Civil Society Institutions and Human Rights, a member of the Academic Council of the Security Council of the Russian Federation and a member of the Presidium of the Council for Foreign and Defense Policy, a member of Russian Council on International Affairs.
Born in Moscow in 1952, Mr. Yurgens graduated from the Economics Department of Moscow State University in 1974. He is a professor of the Higher School of Economics and author of numerous articles and monographs.
Igor Yurgens is Honorary Consul General of Monaco in Moscow.
He is the recipient of several state and international awards, including the Order of Honor of the Russian Federation, L’Ordre National du Mérite of France and Order of Saint Charles of Monaco.
Fluent in English and French, Igor Yurgens is married and has one daughter.
Born in Moscow on November 11, 1970.
In 1991 graduated from Moscow State Institute of National Economy, majoring in national economy planning.
1991 – 1994 – postgraduate studies at the Institute of Economics under the Russia Academy of Sciences.
April 1994 – joined the Bank of Russia, where he held a number of positions – from an economist at the Division of Exchange Regulation and currency control to the Head of Financial Monitoring and Exchange Regulation.
2011 – 2014 – Head of Financial Monitoring Service, Russian Agricultural Bank.
2014 – 2016 Head of Consumer Rights Protection Service for Financial Services and Bank of Russia Minority Shareholders.
2016 till present – Director, Microfinance Market Department
2014 till present – Member, Banking Supervision Committee, Bank of Russia.
Ilya Polyakov joined Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking team in Paris in 2001 and held various positions in the Natural Resources Division. In October 2010, Ilya was appointed as Senior Banker. Since April 2011 he was global Co-Head of Metals & Mining within the Natural Resources and Energy Department in addition to his responsibilities as Senior Banker in charge of global relationship and strategic advisory for several Metals & Mining clients in Russia and the CIS region. In February 2013, Ilya Polyakov was appointed as Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of Rosbank in charge of Corporate business as Head of Coverage and Investment Banking for Russia/CIS, Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking. In September 2016 he became First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of Rosbank with additional responsibilities as head of Capital Markets & Investment Banking and Security Services. In May 2018, Ilya Polyakov appointed as Chairman of the Management Board of Rosbank.
Ilya Polyakov graduated from MGIMO (Moscow State University of International Relations).
Ilya Sachkov graduated with honours from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, where he studied Information Security.
In 2003 founded Group-IB, which specializes in the prevention and investigation of high-tech cybercrimes and fraud.
He is also a member of cybercrime expert committees in the State Duma of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Council of Europe, and the OSCE. Additionally, he co-chairs of the Cybercrime Committee at the Russian Association for Electronic Communications (RAEC) and is a Council member at the Coordination Centre for TLD RU/РФ.
In 2010 Ilya Sachkov became the first Russian to win the Digital Crimes Consortium award for his contribution to international exchange of experience in the field of computer forensics.
In 2015, 2016 and 2017 received EY Entrepreneur of the Year National Award in IT-related categories.
In 2016, Group-IB CEO ranked among the brightest young entrepreneurs under 30 in Enterprise Tech category according to Forbes magazine.
In 2017 Ilya Sachkov joined Department of Information Security as associate professor at the Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
Irackly has worked on a broad range of capital markets and M&A transactions in Russia, CIS and wider CEEMEA region, including buyside, sellside, mergers, and privatisations. Irackly has extensive experience working on cross-border transactions assisting Western multinational players to expand in Russia / Russian clients to acquire assets abroad.
Irackly has a Master of International Legal Studies degree from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations and an LLM from the University of Virginia Law School.
Born in Moscow, Russia.
Graduated with Honors from Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Institute of International Economic Relations
Holds a Diploma in Economics.
Post-Graduate Studies in World Economy at Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation. Holds a PhD.
Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
Faculty of Business Administration
Emphasis on Microeconomics, International Capital Markets
Main Business Achievements:
Prior to appointing General Director position Irina Krivosheeva was holding Deputy Director General, Chief Executive position in «Alfa-Capital» Asset Management company.
Before joining «Alfa-Capital» Irina was acting as first Deputy Director General of «Allianz ROSNO Asset Management» company, 2004-2006. Since 2004 till 2004 Mrs. Krivosheeva was holding a number of positions in «Deutscher Investment Trust» company in Moscow, including General Director since 2002.
Ksenia Valentinovna Yudaeva has served as a First Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Russia since September 2013 and was appointed to the Central Bank's Board in October 2013. At the Bank of Russia she is responsible for international relations, macroeconomic forecasting and research and previously oversaw domestic monetary policy. Dr. Yudaeva came to the Bank after spending one year as Chief of the Presidential Experts' Directorate of the RF Presidential Administration, where she was also Russia's Sherpa to the G20 during the Russian presidency. Prior to her government service, Dr. Yudaeva was Chief Economist and Director of the Center for Macroeconomic Research at Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, from 2008 to 2012. She has held positions at several think-tanks in Russia, including Academic Director of the Center for Strategic Research and Scholar-in-Residence at the Carnegie Moscow Center. Dr. Yudaeva earned a degree in Economics and Mathematics from the Moscow State University, a Master's degree in Economics from the New Economic School and a Ph.D. in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Selyutina graduated from the Kutafin Moscow State Law University in 1988 with a qualification in Law, and from the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation in 2000 with a qualification in Economics.
She joined the Bank of Russia in 1997, and in December 2003 was appointed as Head of Analysis and Development of Financial Markets Management of the Market Operations Department, before becoming Deputy Director of the Financial Stability Department in April 2011.
In 2014 she was appointed as Director of the Securities Market and Commodity Market Department of the Bank of Russia.
Lev A. Khasis was born on June 5, 1966, in Kuybyshev (now Samara).
In 1989 he graduated from the Academician S.P. Korolev Kuybyshev Aviation Institute (Aircraft Engineering); in 1995 – the Institute of Retraining and Advanced Training in Finance and Banking of the Financial Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation (Banking); in 2001 – St. Petersburg University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation (Law). PhD in Economics.
In 1993-1995 he held the post of Managing Director of the Samara branch of AvtoVazBank and Vice-President of AvtoVazBank.
In 1994-1999 he was Arbitration Manager and President of Aviakor OJSC.
In 1997-1998 he was Vice-President of Alfa-Bank.
In 1999-2002 he was a member of the Board of Directors of Perekrestok Trading House CJSC.
In 2002-2006 he was Chairman of the Board of Directors of Perekrestok Trading House CJSC.
In 2006-2011 he was Chief Executive Officer of X5 Retail Group N.V.
In 2011-2013 he was Senior Vice-President of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
September 2013 - present – member of the Executive Board, First Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board of Sberbank. He supervises and coordinates the work of the International Operations Unit, the Techologies Unit, the Services Unit, and several other areas of the Bank's activity.
He is a shareholder of Sberbank: stake in the authorized share capital - 0.0012%, share of the ordinary shares held - 0.0013%.
Max has worked on more than 40 projects for BCG, focused on Financial Institutions – selected experience includes
Developed a long –term strategy and facilitated corresponding transformation of a leading Kazakh bank
Outlined a vision for the Financial Center of a Central Asian country
Defined organization and governance model for a diversified holding
Outlined and implemented governance model for diversified holding and defined KPI system for key portfolio companies,
Developed market entry strategy into Kazakh car financing market for international car manufacturer
Developed the long-term Retail Banking strategy for a leading Russian State bank: vision, value proposition, operating model and transformation plan
Outlined an integrated e-/m-commerce strategy for the different banks of an Russian State banking holding: market landscaping, competitive positioning and success factors, leveraging synergies across the group
Developed business model for an entrant into Russian mass market banking with ambition to become Top 3 player: ambition setting, competitive positioning, value proposition and investor attraction
Led strategy review of a Russian leading private universal bank, across all lines of business: market development and client positioning, strategic review and business re-positioning, setup for implementation
Led strategy review of a Ukrainian universal bank: market development and client positioning, client’s capabilities and profitability, strategic review and business re-positioning
Developed business model for newly founded Ukrainian retail banking duo-liner: definition of operating model, customer segments and 5-yr business plan
Directed business development project for Russian bank: business proposition for a Russian postal bank (clients, products, distribution model, operating model & IT), business plan
Developed Transaction Banking strategy for a leading Russian State bank: target client segments, product offering, operating model and roadmap to implementation
Established wealth management division for major European FS player: definition of business rationale, product offering and 3-yr business plan
Managed PMI of two Russian Investment Banks: Strategy development, organization design, reporting and processes harmonization, interfaces management, implementation preparation
Previous work experience
Internships with BCG, A.T. Kearney, Roland Berger, BMW Financial Services and Ernst & Young
Diploma in Business Administration, Ingolstadt School of Management and EDHEC Lille, majoring in banking & finance, management accounting and organizational theory
German – native, English – fluent, French – fluent, Russian – fluent, Italian – skilled, Spanish – basic
Maxim D. Kondratenko was born on 13th of July 1973. He graduated from Moscow State University (Lomonosov), All Russia Academy for Foreign Trade and London business school, PhD in economics. In 2013 joined VTB Group as Head of Risk Department – Senior Vice-President of VTB Bank. In 2015 was appointed Member of VTB Bank Board. Since 1999 till 2013 he worked in “Bank Austria Creditanstalt (Russia)” LLC, Moscow, CJSC “International Moscow Bank” Moscow, CJSC “Russian Standard Bank”, CJSC “UniCredit Bank”, where in different years he was responsible for corporate and retail business, loan restructuring and risk management. He started his banking career in JSC “Rossiyskiy Kredit Bank” in 1994.
Board member of PAO Rosgosstrakh insurance company.
Partner at Team Drive and a Managing Partner at Doctor Ryadom
Maxim Chernin was born on 3 August 1979 in Moscow.
In 2000 he graduated with honours from the National Research University – Higher School of Economics with a bachelor's degree in Management, and continued pursuing his master’s degree at the same university majoring in Strategic Management. He graduated with honours in 2002.
He has over 15 years of professional experience in finance.
In 2001 he started as a specialist of Marketing Research Department at the insurance company Allianz (former ROSNO) and worked his way up to lead the Internal Marketing Information Department until 2003.
In 2003–2004 worked in ROSNO Strategic Development Department as a Deputy Director.
From 2004 to 2008 he managed the regional office of ROSNO. In 2007 he was appointed Deputy Director General for ROSNO Regional Development.
In 2008 he was appointed Director General of the Allianz ROSNO Life and became a board member of the Allianz Group Russia.
From 2010 to 2012 he was in charge of the Allianz Wealth Management Group as Director General of IC Allianz ROSNO Life, a supervising board member of the NSPF Allianz Foundation and President of the Allianz ROSNO Asset Management Holding.
In 2012 he joined Sberbank Group, where as a CEO he developed and launched the first company’s insurance start-up – IC Sberbank Life Insurance, and became a member of its board.
In 2016–2017 Maxim worked in PAO Sberbank as a Senior Managing Director. He headed the Client’s Welfare Department coordinating Sberbank’s business in general insurance, life insurance, pensions and asset management.
In September 2017 he joined Team Drive as a Partner. Team Drive is a company specializing in healthcare projects management. He is also a managing partner at Doctor Ryadom, company that builds a network of medical clinics and an ecosystem of medical digital services.
Since 2010 to date he has been the Chairman of the Life Insurance Committee of the All-Russian Insurance Association (ARIA), Presidium member of the Association of Life Insurers (ASZH).
Board member of PAO Rosgosstrakh insurance company since November 2017.
In 2014 became an elected member of the Government Expert Council of the Russian Federation and in 2016 – member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
Since 2017 – member of the Insurance Law Expert Council under the State Duma Committee on Financial Markets.
2011 – participant of the Finance magazine project ‘33 pertsa’ – an annual list of 33 most successful young people in the Russian business.
In 2014, he was awarded an ARIA honorary medal ‘For Merits in the Development of Insurance in Russia'.
In 2016 he was included in the TOP 250 list of the Russian Leaders rating by Kommersant.
In 2017, he was awarded the National Financial Award ‘Reputation’ for ‘Personal Merits in the Development of Insurance in Russia’.
Marat joined the Business School team in September 2016.
In 2011–2015, he occupied the position of the Vice President of Major Projects and headed the Iron Ore Division at EVRAZ. M. Atnashev also supervised the construction of coal mines in Kemerovo and Tuva, the construction of rolling mills in Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, the reconstruction of mines in the Urals and Siberia. He was responsible for the operations and the improvement of performance effectiveness of the company's core business, the management of investment projects, and the development of project competencies in the entire company.
In 2010–2011, M. Atnashev was the Head of Major Projects Directorate at Gazprom Neft, oversaw the creation of Gazpromneft Razvitie, a project company, and was responsible for the implementation of major Russian and international projects, such as Novy Port (Yamal), Orenburg, Messoyakha (YNAD) Prirazlomnoye, Badra (Iraq), and Hunin-6 (Venezuela).
In 2000–2010, he occupied various positions at TNK, TNK-BP, was engaged in organisational development and procurement/supply; worked as CFO at Udmurtneft, Head of Kamennoye Oil and Gas Production Enterprise (was in charge of the production enterprise and managed a large project for the development of a field in Western Siberia). In 2008–2010, he was the Head and then the Vice President of Major Projects.
In 1999, M. Atnashev received a degree with honours from the Energy Department of the State University of Management (SUM), Moscow. In 2003, he received a PhD in Investment Project Management from the SUM.
In 2002, he received an MBA degree from INSEAD, France, and in 2008, he graduated from the BP Academy of Major Projects and Engineering at MIT, USA.
In July 2016, M. Atnashev was awarded an MPA (Master in Public Administration) at Harvard Kennedy School, USA.
He has been holding the position of an expert in project management at the SKOLKOVO Business School since 2009 and Associate Professor of the Faculty of Economics at the Higher School of Economics since 2006.
Graduated from Legal department of Moscow State University—
— 2002 - 2003 - legal adviser in audit, taxation, transaction support and consulting on corporate and commercial law matters in Ernst & Young
— 2003 – 2006 - Leading Consultant of Tax and Law Department, Moscow Representative Office of Deloitte & Touche Regional Consulting Services Limited
— 2007 – 2010 - Director, Legal Department / Deputy General Director with Gleden Invest LLC from 2007 to 2010.
— 2011 – 2016 – CEO of O1 Group
— Since 2016 – Board member / CEO of Financial group FUTURE
Marc Uzan is the Executive Director and founder of the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee, a non-profit organization established in 1994 that focuses on addressing issues related to the international financial architecture. Mr. Uzan also serves as an advisor in planning high-level conferences across the globe.
He has edited several books on international finance including most recently “Bretton Woods: The Next 70 Years” (2015, English edition and 2016 Chinese edition). Mr. Uzan has authored academic papers on the new architecture for the international financial system and has written extensively about economics and finance in the popular press.
Mr. Uzan holds a Master Degree in International Economics and Finance from the Université de Paris IX Dauphine. He has been a visiting scholar at the Department of Economics of the University of California, Berkeley and a visiting fellow at Harvard University.
His responsibilities include corporate governance, state-owned enterprises, equity markets, company law, corporate finance, privatisation and other policy areas of importance to well-functioning capital markets and a dynamic business environment. Mats Isaksson initiated the development of the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and was in charge of the 2015 review of the Principles, which in September 2015 resulted in the endorsement of the G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance. He also led the work to develop the OECD Guidelines for Corporate Governance of State Owned Enterprises. Mr. Isaksson has extensive experience from working with both OECD and non-OECD countries and has advised a number of governments, including Japan, on corporate governance policies. He regularly participates in the works of other international organisations, notably the Financial Stability Board. In recent years he has written extensively on the relationship between corporate governance, value creation and growth addressing issues such the functioning of modern equity, the role of institutional investors, the use of corporate bonds and the conditions for companies to access market based finance. At request of the Italian Government, he is currently leading a review of the Italian Capital Markets. Mats Isaksson serves on the Advisory Board of the Centre for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership at Columbia University and is Senior Visiting Fellow at the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law. He is a founding Director of the Swedish Corporate Governance Forum and a member of the European Corporate Governance Institute. Writings and related material can be found at http://www.oecd.org/corporate/ca/.
Mikhail Avtukhov began working in the banking sector in May 1998 at the Morton Group of Companies, where he worked his way up from a chief specialist to department head.
2001–2002 – Worked at AVK-Securities Investment Company as head of the brokerage department.
August 2002 – Took over as head of the bond transactions department at GUTA-Bank Commercial Bank (currently VTB 24 Bank).
2003 – Concurrently responsible for the management of bond-based mutual investment funds and trust management at Montes Auri management company (a strategic partner of Guta Bank, currently VTB Asset Management).
2004 – Supervised client transactions on financial markets, brokerage service, trust management and the internal debt programme at JSCB SOYUZ.
July 2007 – Worked at Svyaz-Bank where he held the positions Vice President and Investment Department Director.
For the past 5 years, Mikhail worked as Managing Director and Head of the Debt Instruments Trading Department at Investment Bank Otkritie, where he organized and headed the corporation’s work on the debt market.
Mikhail has received the awards ‘Best Debt Market Salesman in 2004’ and ‘Best Debt Market Salesman in 2005’ (based on the results of an independent poll conducted by Securities Market Publishing House).
Mikhail Alekseev was born in Moscow on January 4, 1964. He graduated with honours from the Moscow Finance Institute (now the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation) in 1986. He holds a Ph.D. in economics.
Alekseev has been working in finance since 1989, when he started his career at the Ministry of Finance of the USSR. Since then he has held several positions from senior expert to Deputy Head of the General Directorate of the Ministry of Finance of the USSR. In 1992, Mr. Alekseev was appointed to the Board of Directors of Mezhkombank. In 1995, he was appointed Deputy Chairman in Uneximbank. From 1999 to 2006, Mr. Alekseev served as Senior Vice President and Deputy Chairman responsible for Retail Operations for SME clients, Strategic Development & Operations and IT at Rosbank. From 2006 to 2008, he served as Chairman of the Board and President of Rosprombank. Since 2008, Mikhail Alekseev has served as Chairman of the Management Board of UniCredit Bank (Russia).
Mikhail Alekseev is a Member of the Board of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) and a Member of the Commission on Banks and Banking of the RSPP.
An executive with wide publicity and unique experience of filling Russian State Government and Parliament decision-making positions, who is used to sense of responsibility, effectiveness and hard working.
2005-now VTB 24 (PJSC)
Chairman and CEO
1999-2005 The State Duma of the Federal Assembly of Russia
2003-2005 member of Parliament, Chairman of Subcommittee on Monetary Policy, Exchange and Capital Control, Activities of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
1999-2003 Deputy Head of Committee on Budget and Taxes,
Chairman of Subcommittee on Monetary Policy, Exchange and Capital Control, Activities of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
1999 Special Adviser of the President of the Sberbank of the RF
1999 Special Representative of the President of the RF on International Finance Institutions Relations
1999 First Deputy Prime Minister of RF
1997-1999 Minister of Finance of the RF
1993-1997 The State Duma of the Federal Assembly of Russia
Member of Parliament, Head of Committee on Budget, Taxes, Banks and Finance
1990-1993 The Center for Economic and Political Research (EPIcenter)
Member of the Council,
Chief of the Political Research Department
Monitoring of current political and economic situation, creation of monthly reports and recommendations for the state decision-makers. Participation and speaking in many international economic conferences in Russia, the US, Great Britain, Austria, Japan and others(1990-2003).
1991 The Committee on Economic Management
(the USSR Government after putsch 1991)
Preparation of Soviet Union for join IMF and the World Bank.
1990 Committee on Economic Reforms of the Russian Government
Member of the Committee
Creating the program “400 Days of the Confidence” (M.Zadornov, A.Mikhailov, G.Yavlinsky) which became the base for the further work of joint group of Russian and Soviet economists (under supervision of M.Gorbachev and B.Yeltsin). The final edition known as the “500 Days Program” got the approval of the Parliament as an official economic reform program for Russia. Later it was published in English, German and other languages.
1988-1990 The Institute of Economics of the Academy of Science of the USSR
1993 Expert of the Ministry of Finance of Russia
1991-1993 Expert of Budget Committee of Russian Parliament
1989-1990 Expert of the Committee on Planning and Budget of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR (Parliament of the USSR)
1984-1988 The Institute of Economics of the Academy of Science of USSR
(Ph.D. in Economics)
1980-1984 Moscow Institute of the National Economy
named by G.Plekhanov
Graduated from the Voronezh State University in Nano-Electronics and Nanotechnology. After graduating from the Physics Department, obtained a second degree in Finance and Banking. Master in Physics (1997) and Candidate of Sciences in Economics (2010).
From 1997: has worked in the sphere of finance and credit technologies for small business and micro-financing.
1997–2000: worked for the Administration of the Voronezh Region, supporting small businesses.
2002–2014: Head of the Russian Microfinance Centre.
2006–2014: National Partnership of Microfinance Market Stakeholders (NAUMIR).
February 2014 – April 2016: Head of the Main Office of Microfinance Market and Financial Inclusion Methodology, Bank of Russia.
Since April 2016: Head, Service for Consumer Protection and Financial Inclusion, Bank of Russia.
Mikhail Eduardovitch Oseevskiy was born in Leningrad on November 30, 1960.
He graduated from the Kalinin Politechnical Institute (Leningradskij Politekhnicheskij Institut imeni Kalinina) in 1983 with a Degree in Electrical Engineering - Electrophysics.
He has wide experience in high-ranking posts in Russian state and business institutions.
From 1986 to 1993, he worked in the Scientific Research Institute of Electrophysical Apparatus (NIIEFA in Russian).
From 1993 to 1999, he was Deputy Director and later Director of the Stock Exchange in St. Petersburg.
From 1999, he was a Vice Chairman, and from 2003 First Vice Chairman of the Board Council of the Industrial and Construction Bank in Saint Petersburg.
From 2003 to 2011 he worked as a Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg Administration.
In 2011 he was appointed Deputy-Minister of Economic Development of Russia. From July 2012 to March 2017 he worked as a Deputy President and Chairman of VTB Bank Management Board.
In March 2017 he was appointed President of Rostelecom.
Currently M. Oseevskiy is a member of governing bodies of the following organizations: member of the supervisory board of VTB24 (PJSC), JSC Bank VTB Georgia, OJSC Bank VTB (Azerbaijan), member of the board of directors of JSC Unified Electronic Trading Floor, CJSC Bank VTB Belarus, DC JSC Bank VTB (Kazakhstan), T2 RTC Holding LLC, also he is chairman of the board of trustees of Local religious community of the Russian Orthodox Church the curacy of the Kazan Cathedral of Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchy).
Independent Director, Member of the Audit Committee, Sberbank
Born on 1 September 1976. Economist, graduated from the Finance University under the Government of the Russian Federation majoring in Finance and Crediting.
2012 – Commendation from the Chairman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
2012 – Certificate of Honour of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
2013 – Commendation from the Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation
2013 – Commendation from the Government of the Russian Federation
2013 – Medal ‘The Federation Council. 20 years’
2014 – Letter of Appreciation from the President of the Russian Federation
2014 – Medal of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation ‘For the Return of Crimea’
2015 – Certificate of Merit from the Federal Service of Russia for Financial Rehabilitation and Bankruptcy
2016 – Silver Medal ‘For Cooperation’ of the Federal Financial Monitoring Service
2017 – The Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland", second class
2010–2011 – Temporary Member of the fifth Kostroma Oblast Duma, First Deputy Chairman of the Kostroma Oblast Duma
June–November 2011 – Member of the Federation Council Committee on Financial Markets and Currency Circulation
June–November 2011 – Member of the Federation Council Committee for Coordination with Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
June–July 2011 – Member of the Federation Council Committee for Supervision over Federation Council Operations
July–November 2011 – Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee for Supervision over Federation Council Operations
November 2011–July 2013 – Member of the Federation Council Committee on Budget and Financial Markets
July 2013–October 2016 – Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Budget and Financial Markets
October 2016–present – First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Budget and Financial Markets
Mr. Nurbek Jenish has been currently working as Deputy Governor of the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic (NBKR).
He holds MS in Computing and Information Systems from Kyrgyz Technical University, MBA from Academy of Management under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, and MA in Economics of Development from the Australian National University. He has also got a PhD degree from the Central European University.
Before joining the NBKR he had worked at the State Committee on Foreign Investments and Economic Development of the Kyrgyz Republic, as Head of Economics Department at the American University in Central Asia (AUCA), as consultant at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) of the World Bank Group, as Economist at the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
- Impact of Remittances on Households Expenditure Patterns in Kyrgyzstan (joint with A.Muktarbek kyzy and T.Seitov), NBKR Working Paper, 2015;
- Effect of Salary Increases on Labor Supply in the Kyrgyz Republic: The Case of Teachers and Medical Workers, University of Central Asia Working Paper, 2015;
- Export-driven SME Development in Kyrgyzstan: The Garment Manufacturing Sector, 2014, University of Central Asia Working Paper;
- Regional Trade and Economic Growth in the CIS Region, University of Central Asia Working Paper, 2013;
- On the Possibility of Inflation Targeting in Kyrgyzstan (joint with A.Kyrgyzbaeva), University of Central Asia and EERC Working Paper, 2012;
- Export of Higher Education Services in Kyrgyzstan, University of Central Asia Working Paper, 2012;
- Business Cycles in Central Asia and the Russian Federation, University of Central Asia Working Paper, 2012;
- Optimal Monetary and Fiscal Policy Rules for New EU Countries on Their Road to Euro, CEU Working Paper, 2008.
- Stability Analysis of Alternative Monetary and Fiscal Policy Rules for European Monetary Union Accession Countries, CEU Working Paper, 2008.
- Choice of Exchange Rate Regime for Partially Dollarized Developing Economies, CEU Working Paper, 2007.
Oleg Vyugin was born in the city of Ufa on July 29, 1952. He graduated from the faculty of mechanics and mathematics of the Moscow Lomonosov State University and holds a PhD degree in physics and mathematics. Mr Vyugin authored over 20 science research papers and publications on the probability theory and macroeconomic modeling. Oleg Vyugin holds the honorary title of the Distinguished Economist of the Russian Federation.
Currently, Mr Vyugin is the member of the Board of Directors, independent director, Chairman of Strategic Planning Committee PJSC Rosneft Oil Company, professor of the Economics Department at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics. He also sits on the boards of other institutions: Russian National Association of Securities Market Participants NAUFOR (Chairman), the National Settlement Depository (Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board), Moscow Exchange (member of the Council), Skolkovo Ventures LLC (member of the Board of Directors), Fund «Center for strategic research» (member of the Board), National Council for Corporate Governance (Presidium member).
Mr Vyugin is the Member of Economic Council of the President of the Russian Federation, a member of the Expert Board of the Russian Federation Government, member of the Chairman’s Advisory Board of the Bank of Russia, member of the Public Council of the Russian Finance Ministry.
In different periods, Mr Vyugin held the posts of the First Deputy Finance Minister of the Russian Federation, First Vice-Chairman of the Bank of Russia, Head of Federal Service for Financial Markets, Extraordinary Advisor of the Russian Federation Prime Minister, Executive Vice-President of Troika-Dialog Investment Company, Senior Advisor for Russia and CIS of Morgan Stanley Bank LLC, Chairman of the MDM Bank Board of Directors
Oleg is the Founder of Da Vinci Capital group and is responsible for investment strategy and Group management. Oleg has twenty years of investment, banking, consulting and management experience in Russia, UK, the Czech Republic, and other developing countries. Prior to founding Da Vinci Capital, he served as Managing Director and Head of the Equity Structured Products Group at Renaissance Capital Bank. There he headed the equity structured products group, where he launched a platform for alternative investments in the CIS with a team of forty specialists and a significant amount of assets under management in thirty funds and investment products. Before that Oleg worked as a Director and Chief Operating Officer in Credit Suisse in London and was involved in the trading of derivatives and emittent shares from developing countries. From 1992 to 1998 he was a business consultant with Andersen Consulting and МcKinsey & Company in the UK, the Czech Republic and Russia. Oleg is a member of the Board of Directors in the Imperiya Detstva, First Collection Bureau and IT Invest – portfolio companies of Da Vinci Capital. Oleg is experienced in structuring and managing investments, as well as mergers and acquisitions in Russia, Europe and South Africa. He worked with direct investments, developed various structural products, corporate strategies and operational management.
Oleg Tinkov is one of the best known Russian entrepreneurs with a track-record of highly successful businesses across several industries.
Before founding Tinkoff Bank Mr Tinkov owned and operated a number of consumer businesses. In early 1990s, he founded electronic retail companies “Petrosib” and “Technoshock”. He sold these in 1997 and founded frozen food producer “Daria”. In 2003, Oleg Tinkov sold the food business and launched “Tinkoff Beer” and a chain of “Tinkoff Restaurants”. In 2005, he sold the brewery to the Belgian company InBev.
Oleg Tinkov founded Tinkoff Bank in 2006. The bank provides innovative online retail financial services through a high-tech branchless platform which includes award-winning internet and mobile banks. In October 2013, the IPO of TCS Group Holding PLC on the LSE raised a total of USD 1.09 bn. The bank has grown into a leader in the Russian credit card market with one of the largest credit card loan portfolios.
Mr Tinkov studied at the Leningrad Mining Institute, Russia and the University of California, Berkeley, USA (Diploma Marketing Program).
Mr. Yankelev is responsible for general management of FinEx Group in Russia including ETF and robo-advisory businesses. Oleg has a decade-long extensive experience in economic modeling and design of alternative portfolio strategies. As a co-head of the asset management team of FinEx Group he was responsible for design of complex derivative strategies, ran global operations of numerous investment funds, and managed accounts. He is also co-founder and CEO of FinEx+ Asset Management LLC. Mr. Yankelev holds MSc in economics from the State University - Higher School of Economics and MBA from the University of Chicago — Booth School of Business.
Olga Dergunova has a degree in Economic Cybernetics and Computer Science from the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.
Ms. Dergunova started her career in the IT sector. In 1994 she joined Microsoft and stayed with the company for 10 years. In 2004-2007 Ms. Dergunova, as the President of Microsoft, Russia & CIS, focused on developing and implementing long-term corporation strategies, intellectual property protection issues and IT education in Russia.
In 2007 Ms. Dergunova left Microsoft to join the Management Board of VTB Bank to apply her IT expertise in banking. During her time with VTB Bank she was responsible for and supervised the following areas:
• Corporate Banking Division (banking services for corporate clients from various commodities industries, IT, communications and infrastructure sectors)
• VTB affiliate banks in CIS, Europe, Asia and Africa (strengthening VTB Group’s position as a global provider of financial services and raising business effectiveness).
In 2012 Ms. Dergunova changed the scope of her activities and accepted an offer to work for the Government of the Russian Federation as Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Head of the Federal Agency for State Property Management. Under her leadership a new concept of federal property management was approved, including the development of an effective management indicator system and creation of a unified public registry for state property management.
In 2016 Ms. Dergunova re-joined VTB Bank as Deputy President and Chairman of the Board. She now focuses on technological transformation, business integration, development of digital channels and data analysis tools along with creation of an integrated system for streamlining and automating processes.
Born in 1970 in Moscow.
1995: Graduated from Ordzhonikidze State Academy of Management, economist.
Awarded with honorary diplomas of the Russian Federation Government and Bank of Russia, decoration ‘For Honourable Service at the Bank of Russia’, and other official awards.
1988–2000: held various positions at state and commercial banks.
From 2000 has been working at the Bank of Russia.
2005–2009: Adviser to the Bank of Russia Chief Auditor.
In 2009 was appointed deputy director of the Internal Auditing Department of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
2011–2014: Director of the Internal Auditing Department of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
From December 2014: Head of the Bank of Russia Main Branch for the Central Federal District.
From December 16, 2016: Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia.
In the banking system: 28 years, of which 17 years at the Bank of Russia.
Member of the Bank of Russia Board of Directors (appointed on 2 December 2016).
Olga Skorobogatova was born in 1969. She graduated with distinction from the Plekhanov University of Economics in 1990 and obtained an MBA from California State University Long Beach in 1995.
She started her professional career in the banking sector in 1992. She worked for various commercial banks: Joint-Stock Commercial Bank of Inter-Industry Integration, Regional Joint-Stock Commercial Bank Moscow and Joint-Stock Bank Avtobank.
In May 2003, Olga Skorobogatova came to ROSBANK, where she headed the Retail Business Department. From 2004 to 2007, she served as Director of the Directorate of Transaction Processing and Cashier Services, Director of the Directorate of Retail Services, and Director of the IT Directorate. In November 2007, she was appointed Deputy CEO responsible for operation and development of the transaction processing services and telebanking systems, as well as management of ROSBANK’s IT system. She successfully completed projects envisaging integration of IT platforms (during the merger of Rosbank and Banque Société Générale Vostok), centralization of the back office, organization of IT support centres and creation of a project department and process structure department.
In July 2014, Olga Skorobogatova was appointed Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia; she is responsible for settlements, IT and payment system development.
Andrews Paul P.
Paul Andrews was appointed as Secretary General in December 2015 and joined IOSCO in March 2016. In this role, he is responsible for supporting the pursuit of IOSCO’s strategic objectives and leading the General Secretariat.
Prior to joining IOSCO, Mr. Andrews spent 18 years at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) in Washington DC. From 2003 to March 2016, he served as Vice President and Managing Director, International Affairs, at FINRA, the largest independent regulator for all US securities firms. In this capacity he directed FINRA's international engagements and worked closely with key regulators and regulatory bodies worldwide, including IOSCO.
Prior to FINRA, Mr. Andrews spent eight years at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. During this time, he worked in the Division of Market Regulation (now Trading and Markets) and the Office of the General Counsel. In these capacities, he led the international affairs office in Market Regulation, analyzed various legal and policy issues concerning the structure of securities markets, market intermediaries, and dispute resolution. Prior to the SEC, Mr. Andrews spent four years in private legal practice in Washington, DC.
Ryan Chilcote is an award-winning international correspondent, broadcaster, film maker, moderator and speaker with more than two decades of experience in journalism and a broad and diverse background in business and general news.
Chilcote has delivered thousands of reports from around the world, hundreds of interviews and over twenty television documentaries, including the "Ryan's Russia" series of twelve documentaries. In his 23 years as a journalist, Chilcote has also covered some of the world’s biggest business, economic and political stories. Based in London, Chilcote works as a moderator and independent broadcaster and collaborates with some of the United States’ leading news organisations, including PBS NewsHour. Previously, Chilcote spent 9 years as a Correspondent and Presenter at Bloomberg TV and 12 years at CNN where he worked as an International Correspondent based in Moscow. Ryan Chilcote has worked as a moderator and host in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, the United States, Russia, Kazakhstan, the United Arab Emirates and South Africa. Chilcote has moderated at the World Economic Forums in Davos and Cape Town, the New York Stock Exchange, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, as well at numerous banking conferences and universities. Ryan is a fluent Russian speaker and presents in English and Russian. Ryan has moderated discussions on topics as diverse as Brexit, a country or region’s investment climate, the economy, monetary policy, the banking sector, fintech, the oil and gas market and industry, collaboration between governments and multilateral organizations and how media organizations make editorial decisions.
Drawing on his own experience as an award-winning reporter and presenter with more than two decades of experience covering business and current affairs in the European Union, Russia, the Middle East and South Asia, Chilcote aims to deliver thoughtful, provocative and entertaining discussions.
Roman Goryunov born in 1975 The President of Association of Financial Market Participants «Nonprofit Partnership for the Development of Financial Market RTS». In 1997 graduated from the St. Petersburg State Technical University with a degree in information systems in economics. From 1994 worked at the Saint Petersburg stock exchange and headed the organization of trading in securities and financial instruments. From 2001 headed the department of the derivatives market at the NP "RTS Stock Exchange". In April 2005 he was appointed the Vice -President of NP RTS. In December 2006 he was appointed the First Vice President of NP RTS . In July 2007, he was approved for the position of Chairman of the Board of JSC "RTS". In 2011 Roman Goryunov was appointed the First Deputy of Chairman of the Board and Senior Managing Director of JSC «MICEX-RTS". In July 2012 he was appointed the President of Association of Financial Market Participants «Nonprofit Partnership for the Development of Financial Market RTS».
Mr. Roman Lokhov graduated from Novosibirsk State University and holds degrees of Ph.D. in Economics Carl v. Ossietzky University of Oldenburg and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA program. Prior to BCS, Roman was Head of Investment Banking for Otkritie FC. Prior to Otkritie, Roman was Managing Director of GL Trade Moscow, where he had with responsibility for developing the firm’s Eastern Europe business. Roman was also a Member of the board RTS Stock Exchange 2009-2011.
Born on 14 March 1980 in Ulan-Ude
In 2002 he graduated from the Social Psychology Department of the Buryat State University.
He holds an MBA from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and the Academy of Economics and Management AFW (Germany).
He also holds a Certificate in Company Direction from the British Institute of Directors (IoD).
Fluent in English
2002–2005 – worked in the HR department of ‘Yukos-RM’ (Eastern Siberia, the Far East, Mongolia)
2005–2007 – HR Director of ARNEST Group, the largest manufacturer of cosmetic products
2007–2011 – HR director of Wimm-Bill-Dann – Foods
2011–2015 – HR director of PAO Moscow Exchange
From October 2015 to August 2017 – Director of the Department of Personnel Policy and Staff Performance of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
In September 2017 he has been appointed Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia, in this current capacity he supervises the Real Estate Department of the Bank of Russia, the Procurement Department of the Bank of Russia and the Human Resources Department.
Svein Andresen was Secretary General of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) from 2009 till 2018, and before that, the Secretary General of the Financial Stability Forum (FSF) from 1999 till 2009. Prior to this he held various positions at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). He was Advisor to the General Manager of the BIS from 1997 to 2000. From 1995 through 1997, he led the BIS Secretariat to G10 central bank Governors on financial issues. He was Secretary to the Committee on the Global Financial System from 1992 till 1997 and to the Markets Committee from 1995 till 1997. He joined the BIS Monetary and Economic Department in 1989 as a research economist.
Prior to joining the BIS, Mr. Andresen was an assistant professor of economics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has a PhD from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, and a BA and MA in economics from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada.
Svetlana Balanova has headed IBS since 2012. She worked for 3M before – since 1993 – in different positions, in particular as a president of the international business ‘Electronic Monitoring’ and headed 3M branches in Ukraine and Russia for some years. She became the first Russian national – the General Director of 3M Russia.
She has been included in the list of the best top managers in the IT industry in the framework of the ‘Top 1000 Leading Managers of Russia’ annual rating of the Russian Managers Association (AMR) and Kommersant Publishing House in 2014–2017.
In 2009, she was entered in the list of 500 Managers, included in the executive candidate pool being under the patronage of the Russian President. In 2013 she became the winner in the ‘Master of Business’ nomination at the ‘Businesswomen 2013’ contest held in Russia for the first time ever within the EY’s (Ernst & Young) international initiative to support and assist consolidation of the women’s stand in business.
She has taken a degree of MBA at the Open University Business School in the UK. She graduated with honours from the Moscow State Linguistic University.
Svetlana Meyer is a Managing Partner and the Head of Tax and Legal Department at Deloitte CIS in Moscow. Currently she is also the Group Leader for Deloitte Private.
Svetlana Meyer’s group provides a number of services, including: individual tax returns and communication with tax authorities, tax consulting for private ownership, structuring private funds, long-term remuneration programmes and tax support for granting or succession.
Over 20 years at Deloitte and other “Big Four” in Moscow, St Petersburg and London, Svetlana has a vast experience in individual taxation. She led many projects, including international ones, related to tax and legal support for private customers in such matters as tax declaration, avoidance of double taxation, creation of private ownership structures, trusts and funds, changing places of residence and private investment.
Major accounts: high-income individuals.
Born June 26, 1973 in Moscow.
1998: graduated from the Academy of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation in law.
1991–1993: served in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, border guard troops
1993–1999: studied at the Academy of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation; served in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
2001–2002: Adviser to the General Directorate of the Reforma International Foundation for Economic and Social Reforms
2002–2008: Chief Specialist, Department of External Relations, Adviser to Deputy General Director, Advisor at the Government and Public Organization Relations Division, OOO Basic Element
2005–2008: Aide to the President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Deputy Department Director (part time)
2008–2009: Adviser to the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
2009–2012: Director of the Department for Investment Policy and Development of Public-Private Partnership at the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
2012–2014: Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
2014–2015: Chairman of the Board of the SPIEF Foundation
Since 2014: Adviser to the RDIF, Chairman of the Management Board of the National Association of Investment and Development Agencies (NAAIR)
Since 2016: President of the Association of Non-State Pension Funds
Place and date of birth: Minsk (Belarus), 1973
Marital status: married, two children
Education: Belarusian State University, Belarusian State Economic University
• 1995–1999 -Economist, Foreign Exchange Market Analysis and Regulation Sector; Economist and then Chief Economist, Foreign Exchange and Economic Relations Analysis Division; Leader of Foreign Exchange and Economic Information Sector; Head of Foreign Exchange and Economic Information and Foreign Exchange Rates Division of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
• 1999–2002 - Deputy Head of Research and Statistics Directorate – Head of Monetary Research and Statistics Division of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
• 2002–2004 - Deputy Head of Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis Directorate – Head of Monetary Policy Division of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
• 2004–2009 - Deputy Head of Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis Directorate – Head of Monetary Policy Department of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
• 2009–2010 - Deputy Head of Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis Directorate of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
• 2010–2013 - Head of Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis Directorate of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
• from 2011 - Member of the Board of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
• from April 2013 г. - Deputy Chairman of the Board, National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
Born on 23 February 1975.
Graduated from the A.F. Mozhaysky Military Space Academy.
PhD in Technical Sciences. Expert in management processes and information security methods. Author of the book 'Firewalling. Theory and Practice of Outer Perimeter Protection' (2002).
He worked as the head of the Prospective Development Unit of the State Defence Order Department of the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation.
Since 1999 he taught a course 'Methods of Information Protection' at the Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
Since 2015 he has led he Sberbank's Information Security Service.
Holds an MBA degree from the Columbia Business School, a Bachelor's degree from the Columbia College and a degree from the Universities of Paris and Alicante (Spain).
Started a career in banking as a student. At the age of 17 he got a job as a cashier at Citibank in New York, while studying at the university.
After the university he joined Ford Motor Company working at its various divisions in the US, Mexico and Brazil, including Ford Motor Credit Company, a banking institution that specializes on auto loan financing.
In 1996 he opened the representative office of Ford Motor Company in Russia.
Since 2004 he held the office of Senior Vice President of DeltaCredit. In 2005, under his leadership, DeltaCredit successfully merged with the Société Générale Group.
In 2008, he became Chairman of the DeltaCredit Board.
On 3 December 2014, as a part of the Société Générale Group’s policy for the development of internal mobility and further synergies among the Group’s divisions, Sergey Ozerov entered the office of Chairman of the Board of Rusfinance Bank, and holds this position up to the present.
Sergey Solonin was born on November 28, 1973 in Moscow. Currently he holds positions of CEO of The FinTech Association, co-head of the working group FINNET (Agency for Strategic Initiatives), CEO of QIWI Group. Mr. Solonin has been actively participating in the financial and technological development of Russia, occupying key positions in organizations whose activities are aimed at creating and maintaining a high-tech environment for the functioning of business and government institutions. Also his activity focuses on the development of new educational initiatives and institutions in Russia, providing systematic investment support for federal projects in the development of modern alternative education. For example, Mr. Solonin is a co-investor of the Creative Thinking School of ICRA, the British Higher School of Design, the Moscow Film School, the School of computer technologies — Scream School, the MARCH Architectural School, and the founder of the Center for the Promotion of Innovations in Education. Education: 1996 - Finance University under the Government of the Russian Federation, majoring in Finance and Credit. 2012 - certificate of completion of the Stanford Executive Program. Career: 1998 - Chairman of the Board of Directors, shareholder of the Investment and Banking Group "Russian Investment Club". 2004 to present - shareholder, member of the Board of Directors of QIWI Group. 2012 to present - CEO of QIWI Group, shareholder. 2017 to present - General Director of the FinTech Association. He is married with 5 children.
In 1999 he graduated the International University of Moscow (MUM) with a degree in law. Sergey Hotimsky started in the banking business in 2001 by co-acquiring Buicombank, one of the smallest banks in the town of Bui, Kostroma Oblast, later renamed Sovcombank. Currently, Sergei Hotimsky and his brother Dmitriy own more than 35% of the Bank’s shares, and he personally participates in the operational management of the credit organization, holding the office of the First Deputy Chairman of the Board.
Born: 27 December 1970; Moscow.
1993: Graduated from the M.V.Lomonosov Moscow StateUniversity (economics-mathematics).
1988–1993: student of the M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University.
1993–1996: economist of the 2nd category, senior economist, chief of the section with the International Finance Division of the Bank of Russia Foreign Operations Department.
1996–2001: deputy head, head of the Ost-West Handelsbank AG representative office, Moscow.
2001–2003: director of the Bank of Russia Open Market Operations Department.
2003–2011: director of the Bank of Russia Market Operations Department.
2011–2013: Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia.
From September 1, 2013 to March 2, 2014: First Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia — Head of the Bank of Russia Financial Markets Service.
From March 3, 2014: First Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia.
Member of the Bank of Russia Board of Directors (since 18 October 2013).
Born April, 11, 1958, in Moscow, Russian. Graduated from Moscow financial institute, faculty of the international economic relations.Member of the Board (Minister) at the Eurasian Economic Commission, responsible for the development of the integration and macroeconomics. The main objective of the Eurasian Economic Commission (permanent regulatory body of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), including Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia) is to ensure functioning and development of the EAEU, to prepare proposals for its further integration.Prior to her cabinet appointment (from the period of October 2001 till February 2012) Tatiana Valovaya was the Head of the Department of the International Cooperation of the Government of the Russian Federation. From 1989 to 1994 – member of the Permanent Mission of the USSRand the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the European Union (Bruxelles), responsible for economic and monetary affaires. Later Valovaya hold different positions in the Ministries of the Russian Federation, in Administration of the President of the Russian Federation. Ph.D. in Economics, professor of the Financial University (Moscow). Author of numerous publications on international economic relations, regional economic and monetary integration, economics, and history of Europe and Eurasia.Fluent in English and French.
Timur Zhaxylykov was born in 1968.
In 1993 graduated from M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University with major in «History», in 1997 graduated from the Institute of Political Studies, Strasbourg (France) with Master’s degree in the field of European studies. In 2003 he graduated from Kazakhstan Institute of Economics and Finance with a degree in «Economics».
During his career he worked in the administration of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Akimat of Almaty.
From August 2010 held the position of Chairman of Board of Investment Fund of Kazakhstan JSC.
From February 2012 to April 2017 held the position Vice-Minister of Economic Development and Trade of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Vice-Minister of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
From April 2017 was appointed to the position Member of the Board (Minister) for Economy and Financial Policy of the Eurasian Economic Commission
Timur Zhaxylykov speaks French and English.
Felix Wenger is a Senior Partner of McKinsey & Company and leads the Firm’s Swiss office. Previously, he held leadership positions in our Finance, Banking and Energy & Materials practices.Felix specializes in Banking, Corporate Finance and Natural Resources. He lived in Italy for some time and has served clients in most European countries. Recently, he has been focusing on clients in Switzerland and London. He has published several articles on valuation, financial management, and CFO topics, and is a frequent speaker at Finance and Banking conferences. He is also a member of the Board of economiesuisse, the association of Swiss enterprises.
He holds a Ph.D. in Technology Management from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich and a master’s degree in Finance and Business Administration from the University of St. Gallen. In his spare time, he enjoys sailing, skiing and cooking.
1986: Graduated from the Economics Faculty of the M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University.
1991–1992: Chief specialist in the Directorate on Economic Reform of the Standing Committee of the USSR Scientific and Industrial Union Board, Moscow.
1992–1994: Chief specialist, consultant for the Directorate of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs on Economic Policy Issues.
1994–1994: Adviser at the Expert Institute of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
1994–1995: Deputy Head of the Economic Reform Department — Head of the Division for State Regulation of Economy of the Russian Federation Ministry of Economy.
1995–1996: Deputy Head of the Economic Reform Department of the Russian Federation Ministry of Economy.
1996–1997: Head of the Economic Reform Department of the Russian Federation Ministry of Economy, member of the Ministry’s Board.
1997–1998: Deputy Minister of Economy.
1998–1999: Deputy Chairperson of the Promtorgbank Board.
1999–1999: Executive Director of the Eurasian Ratings Service.
1999–2000: Vice President of the Centre for Strategic Research Foundation.
2000–2003: First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation.
2003–2005: President of the Centre for Strategic Research Foundation.
2005–2007: Head of the Expert Council of the Organising Committee for Russia’s Presidency of the G-8 in 2006, Head of Research at the Centre for Strategic Research.
On September 24, 2007, appointed Minister of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation.
From May 12, 2008: Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.
May 2012—June 2013: Aide to the President of the Russian Federation.
From June 2013: Governor of the Bank of Russia.
Member of the Bank of Russia Board of Directors according to Article 15 of the Federal Law “On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)”.
On the allocation of duties between the Bank of Russia Governor and Deputy Governors.
Jun, 1987 - graduated department of philosophy, Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov.
Nov, 1994 till Apr, 1998 - Samsung Electronics (National Service Manger for Russia and C.I.S.);
Apr, 1998 till Jul, 2005 - General Electric Medical Systems (consequently - National Service manager for Russia & C.I.S. / Technical Operations Manager for Eastern Europe, Russian & C.I.S. / National Service & business development manager for Russia & C.I.S;
Jul, 2005 till Feb, 2014 - ZAO «GE Money Bank» (GE Capital’ subsidiary in Russia; consequently – Integration leader, Head of Regional Development Department, Head of Retail Sales Department, Head of Partnership Department, Head of Business Development Department). Also from Jan, 2009 till Feb, 2014 – member of the Management Board for GE Money Bank.
Oct, 2014 till now – Association of Russian banks (consequently – Advisor to the President, Executive Vice-President).
Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (2003).
Oct, 2014 had been included by Russian Association of managers into the list of TOP-1000 Russian managers (GR-managers’ category)
Yuri Isaev was born in Moscow on January 1, 1972. In 1994 he graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute, School of Economics. He holds a PhD in economics.
In 1992 he joined Russian Credit Bank as economic analyst, where he held various positions, including head of division, Deputy Chairman of the Board, First Deputy Chairman of the Board and President, Chairman of the Board.
2001: President and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Impeksbank.
2002 – 2004: Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade.
2004: Advisor to the First Deputy Head of Federal Security Service; Deputy CEO, Rusal.
2005: Chairman of the Board, Russian Development Bank
2007: First Deputy Chairman, Social State Association "All-Russian sports society" Dynamo"
2008-2013: Deputy of the State Duma, V and VI convocation; Deputy Head of Financial Market Committee.
Fluent in English and in French.
Yuri Sizov has worked for Leader Management Company since 2008.
He supervises the development of public-private partnership and financing of concession projects by investing pension assets into the development of Russian transport, social, housing and utility infrastructure.
He has an extensive experience of working in the government.
From 1997 to 2008 – Chairman of the Moscow Region Subdivision of the Federal Financial Markets Service in the Central Federal District.
In 1993 he was elected the Moscow City Duma MP, and during the following four years he was a chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee.