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New rics members in C&W/S&R
9 Apr, 2009, Moscow
Cushman & Wakefield Stiles & Riabokobylko (C&W/S&R), the Russian office of the world’s largest privately held global real estate services firm, are pleased to announce the confirmation of Stanislav Bibik, Associate, Valuation Advisory Services and Anna Sorokina, Senior Consultant, Valuation Advisory Services as Members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS).
Stanislav Bibik has been with C&W/S&R since 2004. He has extensive expertise in valuation and investment analysis for commercial and residential real estate, mixed-use projects, land and specialized projects for various valuation purposes such as loan security, financing, disposals and acquisitions, financial reporting, private placement, IPO, M&A, etc. Stanislav also advises local and international investors, developers and property owners on various issues related to property valuations and investments. Stanislav is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and a Member of the Russian Society of Appraisers (RSA).
Anna Sorokina joined C&W/S&R in April 2005. As a Senior Consultant of Valuation Advisory Services, Anna is responsible for providing valuation consultations to developers, investors and owners on different types of real estate properties, such as retail premises, offices, land plots, warehouses and residential buildings. Over the years, Anna has provided valuation services for a number of companies for IPO, IFRS, private placement and loan security purposes. Anna is also a member of quality management control board and is responsible for quality control of valuation reports prepared according to RICS and Russian valuation standards.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is the leading organisation of its kind in the world for professionals in property, land, construction and related environmental issues. RICS helps to set, maintain and regulate standards, as well as providing impartial advice to European Governments and policymakers. RICS has over 140,000 members who operate out of 146 countries, supported by an extensive network of regional offices located in every continent around the world.
RICS membership is only awarded to individuals who meet the most rigorous requirements for both education and experience and who are prepared to maintain high standards to the public advantage. With this in mind it’s perhaps not surprising that the letters RICS represent the mark of property professionalism worldwide.
Currently, RICS Russia is represented by 115 MRICS and FRICS (Fellow of the Royal
Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and by over 60 Trainees and Students of accredited courses.
8 MRICS and FRICS out of these are employees of Cushman & Wakefield Stiles &
Riabokobylko. A number of C&W/S&R specialists are RICS Trainees and are currently
preparing for Final Assessment sessions in 2009-2011.