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New CEO of KRDV appointed in the Far East
The Corporation for the Development of the Far East (KRDV) will be headed by Eduard Cherkin. On its basis, a new unified institute for the development of the federal district will be created, which will replace the Agency for Attracting Investments and Export Support (IPA), the Agency for the Development of Human Capital (ARCHK) and the Far East and Arctic Development Fund (FRDV).
According to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, the new institute will be stronger than the previous structures. According to the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev, over the past six years, thanks to several structures for the development of the Far East, more than 2,6 thousand new companies have been attracted to the region, 379 new enterprises have been put into operation. In 2020, in the territories with a special economic regime - TOP and FPV - another 516 investors were attracted.
Among the main tasks of the new structure is not only the provision of a unified service for investors and the introduction of best management practices, but also the synchronization of the region's investment agenda with the main development institute VEB.RF. It will receive 100% of the shares of the new development institute.
Eduard Cherkin himself is an economist, graduated from the Higher School of Economics. He worked in the field of direct investments for about 15 years. Participated in the work of expert councils in the field of agriculture and mechanical engineering.