Russian CFO Summit

The largest annual meeting for the CFO community in Russia, bringing together senior finance executives from across the country and beyond

23 - 24 October 2019

Moscow, Russia, Intercontinental Hotel

Among speakers & panelists who have already confirmed:

Милинова Елена - член правления и финансовый директор компании «Магнит», одной из крупнейших продуктовых торговых сетей с оборотом свыше 1,3 триллиона рублей. В течении нескольких лет Магнит был лидером российского ритейла, но утратил своё превосходство в 2017 году, уступив Х5 Retail Group. В начале 2018 года в Магните сменился акционер, была собрана новая команда топ-менеджеров с большим опытом трансформации в ритейле. Елена присоединилась к новой команде в апреле 2018 года. Перед командой стоит задача масштабных преобразований, основой которых станет завоевание вновь доверия потребителей.
В зоне ответственности Елены находится финансовая стратегия компании, учет и отчетность, бюджетирование и анализ, управление долговым портфелем, финансовый и инвестиционный контроль, сделки M&A.

До прихода в Магнит Елена работала финансовым директором в компании Marathon Group (2017-2018),Х5 Retail Group (2014-2016 год), КАМАЗ (2008-2014).

Свою карьеру она начинала в международной аудиторской компании PricewaterhouseCoopers (2000-2004), после чего перешла на работу в компанию «Соллерс» (2004-2006).

Милинова Елена закончила Тольяттинскую Академию Управления в 2000 году по специальности «Финансы и кредит», является членом ассоциации АССА с 2002 года.

 

Mikhail Danilov graduated from the State University – Higher School of Economics, majoring in mathematical analysis methods in economics. His career at CV PROTEK CJSC began in 2003. Since 2006, he headed the service of management reporting, in the future, the department of management reporting and planning. Since October 01, 2009, he has held the position of Deputy CFO of CV PROTEK.

Bjarte Bogsnes has a long international career, both in Finance and HR. He is a pioneer in the Beyond Budgeting movement, and has been heading up the implementation of Beyond Budgeting at Equinor (formerly Statoil), Scandinavia’s largest company. He led a similar initiative in Borealis in the mid-nineties, one of the companies that inspired the Beyond Budgeting model.

Equinor realized that traditional leadership and management practices no longer work in today’s competence organizations operating in business environments more complex, dynamic and unpredictable than ever. The company implemented innovative alternatives to traditional management, like abolishing traditional budgets and calendar-based management in favour of more decentralized, agile and human processes.

Bjarte is Chairman of Beyond Budgeting Roundtable (BBRT).  He is a popular international business speaker and is the winner of a Harvard Business Review/McKinsey Management Innovation award. Bjarte is also author of "Implementing Beyond Budgeting - Unlocking the Performance Potential", where he writes about his almost twenty-five years long Beyond Budgeting journey.

 

Roland joined Verno Capital in January 2011 as Senior Partner and founded VPE Capital in 2013. Roland has 25 years’ experience in the Russian and FSU markets. Between 2003 and 2010, he was Chief Equity Strategist advising Renaissance Capital’s client base on investment opportunities across Russia/FSU and concurrently the Head of Research, managing a team of 85 research analysts across Russia, the FSU, and Africa. In every year during that period, Renaissance Capital was voted the best research house in Russia in the annual All-Europe Institutional Investor survey, and regularly won for best research in eight out of ten categories in the All-Russia Institutional Investor survey. Roland was voted the number one strategist for Russia in every All-Russia Institutional Investor survey between 2004 and 2009. Between 2006 and 2010, he sat on the Executive Committee at Renaissance Capital, and from 2008 to 2010, he was also Co-Head of the Equity Product Group, responsible for managing a 200-strong sales, trading, and research team in New York, London, and across Africa and Russia/the FSU. Roland began his career in 1994 as a senior economic expert at the Russian European Centre for Economic Policy (RECEP), where he was involved in advising the Russian government on economic policy. During that period he was one of the authors of “Russian Economic Trends,” Russia’s leading macroeconomic journal, and acted as advisor to the Ministry of Economy and the Centre for Economic Reform. Roland graduated from Balliol College, Oxford University, where he received a BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. He is a British citizen and is fluent in Russian.
Spring Capital is a trading name of the Specialised Research group

Родился 18 мая 1969 года в Москве.

Образование

1993

Окончил факультет «Международные экономические отношения» в Государственной финансовой академии при Правительстве РФ.


Профессиональный опыт

1993–2004

Работал в должности финансового директора в компаниях различных секторов экономики.

2004–2009

Управляющий директор по экономике и финансам, Инвестиционная компания А1 (Альфа–Групп).

2010–2013

Управляющий партнер, NEW RUSSIA GROWTH (Управляющая компания фонда прямых инвестиций Volga River One и первого в России фонда мезонинного финансирования Volga River Growth).

2013–2014

Исполнительный директор, POKROV investment management.

2015

Советник Председателя Правления по финансам, ООО «УК «РОСНАНО».

С июня 2015

Управляющий директор по финансам, ООО «УК «РОСНАНО».

 

 

Tom Blackwell is the CEO and co-founder of EM, a corporate and financial communications consultancy focused on Russia and other emerging markets, with offices in New York, London, Moscow, Hong Kong and Beijing.

EM was created following the successful MBO and carve out from M: Communications, where Blackwell worked as the head of the UK agency's Russian office.

Prior to joining M: Communications, Tom worked for The PBN Company, where he was Managing Director of the firm's Moscow office and led its financial communications practice.

Tom’s key areas of focus are media relations, capital markets related communications and crisis communications. He has lived and worked in Moscow for 15 years.