Deputy Head, Service for Consumer Protection and Financial Inclusion, Bank of Russia
Born on 22 January 1979 in Yaroslavl, Russia.
In 2001, graduated from the Economics Faculty of P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University specialising in management. In 2004, completed a post-graduate course in finance, money circulation and credit at Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics. In 2009, graduated from the Law Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Completed 3 internships at the bank and supervisory authority abroad.
Candidate of Economics, has 8 scientific publications in finance in leading academic periodicals.
From 2002, worked in different positions at Bank of Russia offices in Moscow, specialising in banking supervision, anti-money laundering compliance, economic analysis, refinancing of commercial banks and on-site inspections of credit institutions.
In 2012, appointed Deputy Governor of Moscow Regional Division #1 of the Bank of Russia Main Branch for the Central Federal District.
In 2014–2018, worked as Deputy Head of the Bank of Russia Chief Inspection. In charge of organzing, completing and monitoring on-site inspections of non-credit financial institutions countrywide.
In December 2018, joined the team of the Bank of Russia Service for Consumer Protection and Financial Inclusion as Deputy Head of Service, oversees behavioural supervision on the insurance market and the implementation of advanced IT in operational business processes.
Speaks English fluently.