Olga Ulyanova is a Vice President-Senior Analyst at Moody’s Financial Institution Group. She is based in Moscow and is responsible for ratings of financial institutions in Russia and CIS, including regional systemically important banks. She is also a backup analyst at Moody’s for a number of Hungarian and Mongolian banks.
Olga joined Moody’s in 2007, after 8 years spent with KPMG working latterly there as manager in the Risk Advisory Services department where she had been involved in a large number of financial risk management and strategic consulting projects for large local and global financial institutions operating in Russia, as well as for treasury departments of non-financial companies. Prior to KPMG, she had worked for 5 years in various positions for a large Russian bank.
Olga holds Master degree from the Moscow State Academy of Management and is a UK-Certified Chartered Accountant (ACCA). She speaks basic Chinese.