Deputy Mayor of Moscow, Government of Moscow for Economic Policy
Andrei Sharonov was appointed to the position of Deputy Mayor for economic policy in Moscow City Hall on December 27, 2010.
He served as Managing Director at Troika Dialog from July 2007, and from July 2009 he was head of investment banking.
Mr. Sharonov has served as State Secretary and Deputy Minister at the Economic Development and Trade Ministry, where he worked for more than 10 years, nine of them in this role.
In 1992-96, he was chairman of the Russian Federal Committee on Youth. His public service career began in 1991 as chairman of the State Committee on Youth Policy, while from 1989 to 1991, he was a people’s deputy of the USSR.
Mr. Sharonov chairs the Commission on Financial Markets and Credit Organizations under the Russian Chamber of Commerce and serves on the boards at Sheremetyevo International Airport and Russian Railways, while in 2003-10 he was a board member at various companies. He was awarded an “Aristos” prize in the “Independent Director” category in 2009, and was named “Director of the Year” in 2009 in the same category.
He was born in Ufa in 1964. He graduated from the Ufa Aviation Institute in 1986 and from the Russian State Service Academy in 1996, where he received his legal education and a PhD in Sociology.