Head of division “Real Estate Market” of the Fund of the Institute for Urban Economics
In 2012, she received a master’s degree in economics at the Higher School of Economics. In 2014 she completed a training course in the program “Housing Financing” and “Securitization” in the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania (USA).
She participates in the development of new economic models and regulation mechanisms of the real estate market. She is involved in preparing new tools of regulation of housing and urban development areas, including the creation of a system of financial guarantees for the rights of purchasers of housing, introduction of new funding mechanisms in development, use of public-private partnerships for the development of the economy-class housing market, introduction of new development mechanisms of built-up and new territories.