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Dmytro Sologub, Deputy Governor, National Bank of Ukraine

Graduated in 2000 from Belarussian State University with Specialist degree in Economics. Earned MA degree in Economics from Kiev-Mohyla Academy (Kiev, Ukraine) in 2002. Worked in Kiev-based think-tank Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting first in Fiscal and then in Financial Sector Departments. In 2004-2007 held the position of economist in Kiev Office of International Monetary Fund dealing with macroeconomic and financial sector issues. Joined Raiffeisen Bank Aval in October 2007 as a head of Research Department. In March 2015 was appointed the Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine. The areas of responsibility include monetary policy, financial stability, statistics and international relations. In 2013 earned the certificate of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).