BCS Global Markets announced that Inna Kryachko has joined its organisation as its new HR Director.
Recently announced in an official press release shared with Finance Magnates, Inna Kryachko, who has more than two decades of experience in HR departments of some major Russian and international companies, has been recruited by BCS Global Markets, the Investment Banking division of BCS Financial Group, as its new Human Resources Director.
Kryachko brings extensive managerial experience in HR from major Russian as well as international companies. In the role, she will be responsible for developing the motivation system and HR automation projects in the regions where the investment bank is still active. She will be based at the BCS Global Markets’ Moscow headquarters.
Reviewing Kryachko’s Vocation
Prior to the announcement by BCS Global Markets, Kryachko served as Deputy HR Director at Rosgeology. For two years, she oversaw compensations, benefits and organisational development.
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Before that, VEB recruited her in 2016 to head the Compensation, Benefits, and Organisational Structure Department. She fulfilled the requirements of the role over the two year period.
In 2014, Kryachko took on the responsibilities at Summa for the motivation system and organisational development.
Additionally, Troika Dialog utilised her skillset from 2006, and she spent around eight years at the company. At first, she led the Compensation, Benefits and HR Administration Department. Later, she received a promotion to HR Director where she oversaw the group’s integration into Sberbank.
“We are excited about a professional of Ms Kryachko’s calibre joining our team. We are confident that her expertise and extensive experience with such large financial companies as VEB, Sberbank and Troika Dialog will help BCS Global Markets increase the efficiency of HR processes and strengthen our company’s brand as an employer,” Maxim Safonov and Aleksey Gonus, Co-CEOs of BCS Global Markets, said.