Photographic portrait of Olga Arkhangelskaya
Innovation and technology are changing the real estate and infrastructure market. We expect these trends to continue to have a significant impact on all areas of our lives in the near future.

Olga Arkhangelskaya

EY Partner, Transaction Advisory Services Real Estate Leader, Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe & Central Asia

Partner, real estate professional and one of the most influential people in the industry. Olga was declared the Person of the Year at the Commercial Real Estate Awards 2010.

Olga joined EY Moscow in 1997. Her main focus is on real estate and infrastructure advisory, including real estate valuation, feasibility studies, financial analysis, mergers and acquisitions, development of strategies for the real estate portfolio, financial and technical analysis of infrastructure projects, management of construction projects, hotel business, and financing and structuring financial transactions.

Olga has led and contributed to many important real estate and infrastructure projects for various levels of government and major Russian corporations, international financial institutions and real estate funds, Russian developers and international corporations and investors.

Her portfolio includes projects on territorial development and improvement of the investment climate carried out in cooperation with Russian and foreign regional and municipal authorities as well as public entities.

Olga is a Chartered Surveyor with The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Chair of the Urban Land Institute Russia, a member of the Supervisory Board of Interregional Self-regulated Organization of Appraisers, and a member of the Russian Society of Appraisers.

She regularly speaks at and moderates various conferences, and her commentaries and articles have been published and quoted by leading media.

How Olga is building a better working world

“To remain an industry leader and maintain credibility with customers, we must always be a few steps ahead of the market. For that to happen, we should learn continuously, keep up with the most advanced practices, and understand both the current situation and where the market will be in a few years.”


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