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Andrey Guskov

Head of the Administration of the investment group “Mirolub”.

He graduated in 1992 from St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University. In 1995 finished the Higher Banking School in St. Petersburg and the North-West Institute of Management, branch of RANEPA in 1999.

From 1991 to 1996 he worked in the banking sector of St.

Petersburg. In 1997 he founded and headed in 1999 the investment company Soyuz-Optim Technologies of Investment (IC SOTI). In 2000, he headed the development project of transport holding company for water freight and passenger transportation, The North-Western Shipping Company, the largest in the country.

In 2001, provided the commencement of the construction of large-capacity vessels of the river and sea class, renewing the practice of building the domestic merchant fleet after a ten-year pause. In 2001, he continued working on the development of the Russian fleet, having organized the Astrakhan Shipping Company on the Caspian Sea.

According to the magazine “Expert” in 2001 A.E. Guskov was one of the top 100 Russian managers.

In 2004, he accepted the offer to become the head of one of the lines of Gazprom. In 2005 he became the general director of the largest in the borders of the former USSR turbine-building Nevsky Machine Building Plant named after. V.I. Lenin.

After the end of the project with Gazprom, in 2007 A.E. Guskov began to work with the land area of Russia. In 2007 – 2008 he bought out shares of research and design and exploration land management institutions and enterprises from the state. Before privatization, these structures were part of the single state Land Service of the USSR.

In November 2008, restored the work of the Land Service as a non-profit organization – the Land Regulation and Development Union (Roszemproekt), which includes 69 land management institutions and enterprises in 55 regions of Russia.

In 2011, in order to form the idea of spatial development of Russia by developing its “empty” spaces, rather than agglomerations, launching “reverse” urbanization and conducting appropriate land and related reforms, participated in the creation of the all-Russian public movement “Russian resettlement movement”.