I am young and ambitious research analyst who believes that a company’s performance on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues can be measured and analyzed within a traditional framework of a fundamental analysis. At my current position with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) I lead research and standards development for the Financials sector. This involves keeping abreast of regulatory developments and emerging trends in the sector, as well as maintaining strong relationships with corporate issuers, investors, and other stakeholders that inform the content of SASB standards. I also contribute to standards development by spearheading various projects that involve quantitative data analysis.
I joined SASB in 2013 after completing an internship as an equity analyst at Allianz Global Investors in San Francisco, where I conducted quantitative and fundamental research and valuation on selected financial services companies. I have an MBA in Capital Markets from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks and a Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate Management from St. Petersburg State University of Engineering and Economics in Russia.
I have lived and studied in three countries and have traveled to several more. This experience taught me to look at things from different perspectives. My mission is to promote systemic thinking for sustainability within business and investment decision making.
I would love to expand my professional network and especially meet people who share my views. Please reach out to me via email [email protected] or phone 907-978-0321.