Central Bank of the Russian Federation
Olga Alexandrovna Goncharova graduated from the Institute of Business Administration in Obninsk in 2001. She holds an MBA degree from Lomonosov Moscow State University (Department of Economics) and Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris and a Bachelor degree from the French-Russian Institute of Business Administration.
She spent seven years in international consulting company Ernst & Young, providing accounting and assurance services. Olga is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
For more than five years, she held the position of Chief Accountant in AO UniCredit Bank and was in charge of the Accounting and Reporting Department. She also led the M&A project office that carried out sale and acquisition of legal entities in Russia. Olga contributed to UniCredit Group’s international project on Basel III implementation and led the strategic initiative on CEE region development in terms of organic and non-organic growth.
Since April 2014, she has been the Director of the Non-bank Financial Institutions’ Statements Collection and Processing Department with the Bank of Russia and the leader of strategic initiatives of the Bank of Russia, including the projects integrated into a programme designed to create a single set of data of non-credit financial institutions – Unified Chart of Accounts, Unified IFRS Reporting, and XBRL Migration of Non-bank Financial Institutions.
In these talks, experts from both solution providers and regulators will take attendees through current examples of some of the more than 100 XBRL implementations from around the world, sharing best practices and providing insight into how the XBRL standard is being used to meet business requirements, enhance capital markets in the eyes of investors […]