Moscow Exchange appoints Andrey Selyuk as its CFO

The Supervisory Board of Moscow Exchange (MOEX) has approved Andrey Selyuk as a member of the Executive Board and Chief Financial Officer. After approval by the Bank of Russia, Andrey Selyuk’s candidacy will be submitted for final approval by the Board.

Andrey Selyuk is currently a member of the Management Board and Deputy CEO for Financial and Economic Affairs at Russian Post. In the period from 2012 to 2018, he was Vice President for Finance at Gallery Service, one of Russia’s largest operators of outdoor advertising. Prior to that, he was Chief Financial Officer at Yota Group.

Between 2007 and 2009 he served as Vice President of Finance at Golden Telecom, Chief Financial Officer for Moscow at VimpelCom. In the period from 2003 to 2007 he headed the financial control department at MegaFon. Before that, he worked at Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young.

He graduated from St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance with a degree in global economics.

Yury Denisov, MOEX Chief Executive Officer, commented:

“MOEX, as Russia’s largest exchange and a tech company, faces new challenges, and the role and responsibilities of the CFO as a partner in new business developments continue to expand. I am confident that Andrey’s over 20 years of experience, his deep financial expertise and previous roles in mass-market technology companies will be critical in working with investors, further strengthening the company’s finance functions and developing new business lines.

Andrey’s key tasks will be to further improve the efficiency of cash flow management, work with the MOEX subsidiaries and ensure effective business planning.”

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