Olga Goncharova

Central Bank of Russia

Olga Goncharova is Director of the Reports Processing Department at the Bank of Russia. Olga joined the Bank of Russia in 2014 and is currently responsible for the collection and processing of financial statements of credit and non-credit financial institutions. Olga is also responsible for the implementation of modern formats for digital reporting and data transmission, including implementation of the XBRL standard in the Bank of Russia. Olga previously worked for UniCredit Bank as a Chief Accountant and the Head of Accounting Department. She was responsible for financial and regulatory reporting for the local purposes and in accordance with UniCredit Group requirements. In 2012 Olga participated in the Basel III implementation project at the UniCredit Group Holding Company in Milan. Earlier with Ernst&Young Olga obtained extensive experience in auditing financial institutions (banks, leasing companies and investment funds) according to IFRS and Russian accounting standards. Olga is a multi-lingual CPA, qualifying in 2008. Olga earned a French-Russian MBA in International Management at Moscow State University in 2002 and attended Yuvaskula Polytechnic School of Business, Finland to study Global Business management in 2001. Olga has been a member of the Supervisory Board of XBRL Russia since 2017.

My Sessions

We shape our tools and our tools shape us: Some regulatory perspectives on tech evolution

Al Baraha 2&3

Fintech, Regtech and Suptech are impacting regulators and markets. In this panel we will discuss how regulators can best approach some of these changes and how to best prepare people both within the regulators and within industry.The panel will also discuss how regulatory data requirements will adapt in the face of a rapidly changing financial […]


Regulatory Best Practices

Al Baraha 2

Regulators all over the world are using the XBRL standard to ensure that they get the information that they need, when they need it, in ways that drive analytics and decision making. But what are the key steps to making that work?