Moscow Exchange’s (MOEX) Supervisory Board has appointed Evgeny Fetisov, the group’s acting Chief Financial Officer (CFO), to an additional three-year term as a member of the Exchange’s Management Board, following a recent vote, according to a MOEX statement.
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The recent voting round and consecutive term appointment follows a successful three-year stint as its CFO, in which Mr. Fetisov has been active on the management board since February 2013. He originally joined MOEX from Da Vinci Capital Management, a private equity firm, back in 2013. In this capacity he worked as the company’s partner and managing director for roughly six years.
Additional stops include senior level roles across the banking and consulting sector, which entailed positions at Citibank, McKinsey & Company, and most recently on the Board of Directors at RTS.
MOEX recently made headlines last month when it released its trading volumes for the month December 2015. The figures constituted a sizable rebound in its foreign exchange (FX) market turnover, which soared to RUB 30.9 trillion, up a staunch 30.4% MoM from RUB 23.7 trillion in November 2015 – this included spot trades of RUB 11.0 trillion and swap trades coming in at RUB 19.9 trillion in December 2015.