Biography of Mikhail Mishustin

Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin - a civil servant, businessman and scientific figure. He is currently heading the Federal Tax Service of the Russian Federation. He is a doctor of economics.
Head of the Federal Tax Service of Russia Mishustin Mikhail VladimirovichHead of the Federal Tax Service of Russia Mishustin Mikhail Vladimirovich

Early years and education

Born March 3, 1966 in the capital of Russia. He is a graduate of STANKIN, who successfully graduated in 1989. Here, three years later, he graduated from the postgraduate school and continued his scientific work.
In 2010, he successfully defended himself and received the title of doctor of economic sciences. At the same time, Mikhail Vladimirovich acts as a compiler of numerous works in the field of tax subjects and conducts scientific work with graduating students from a number of higher educational institutions.

Career

In 1992, Mikhail Mishustin began working as the head of a test lab, and then headed the board of the International Computer Club. This is a non-profit structure that was engaged in the use of new technologies, their attraction from abroad and their further integration with national technologies.Under the authority of Mishustin, an International Computer Forum was created, at which transactions were made to acquire computer equipment and software at the state level.
In 1998, Mikhail Mishustin entered the civil service, where he was responsible for implementing and maintaining software and hardware systems that perform accounting and control operations when receiving tax payments. Pretty soon he was appointed to the post of deputy minister of the Russian Federation for taxes and fees.
It was Mishustin during the civil service who initiated many innovations in the work of the taxation system of the Russian Federation. Mikhail Mishustin introduced such innovations as the INN, EDS, the Single Window reception system, and others. His work also included the creation of information processing centers, the unification of regional divisions into an integral IT structure, which made it possible to carry out fast communications. The taxation infrastructure of the country has embarked on new rails with the real use of convenient, innovative technical solutions in the field of information collection and exchange.
In 2004, Mikhail Mishustin took a leading position in Rosnedvizhimost.Within the framework of this organization, he initiated the development and subsequent formation of a real estate cadastre, on the basis of which the land tax is calculated.
2006 was marked for Mikhail Vladimirovich by his appointment as the head of the RusSEZ. Under Mishustin, the first SEZs (special economic zones) of various new directions were opened.
Head of the Federal Tax Service Mikhail Mishustin at a meeting with Vladimir Putin (November 2016)Head of the Federal Tax Service Mikhail Mishustin at a meeting with Vladimir Putin (November 2016)
In 2008, Mikhail Mishustin left the state apparatus. In his words, he made this decision, since the tasks assigned to him were fulfilled by that moment. For the next two years, he served as president of the UFG Invest Group of Companies and acted as Managing Partner of UFG Asset Management. The main topics of this period of work were real estate funds and problem points for the development of Russian business at the regional level.

Mikhail Mishustin - Head of the Federal Tax Service

After a few years break, Mikhail Mishustin returned to the problems of Russian taxation and in 2010 headed the Federal Tax Service (FTS) of the Russian Federation. From the moment he took up this position, he paid great attention in his work to the questions of incorrect data on taxpayers and the return of illegal VAT.
Being well acquainted with the current situation of business in the country and existing corruption, Mikhail Mishustin again plunged into work with high technologies and electronic services aimed at automating activities that made the entire tax system of the country transparent.
Most of Mishustin’s efforts as head of the Federal Tax Service was aimed at simplifying, making it more convenient and transparent as possible the interaction of private and legal entities with tax authorities. Much attention was paid to the collection, processing and storage of data. For these purposes, a unified federal data warehouse was created, which allowed to find information on taxpayers in full and in a timely manner.
In 2015, the first data center serving the Federal Tax Service of Russia opened in the Moscow Region. In the first half of 2016, over 1 million people used the contact center services. And after him, similar centers opened their doors in many other Russian regions. The purpose of creating a data center network is to ensure accurate information interaction between all financial departments of the country.This set of measures helped Mishustin to radically transform the logic of the FTS control procedures - due to effective analytical work, it significantly reduced the number of inspections, while simultaneously increasing the percentage of falling into unscrupulous taxpayers.
Mikhail Mishustin holds the main session of the plenary session of the Forum on Tax Administration of the OECD in BeijingMikhail Mishustin holds the main session of the plenary session of the Forum on Tax Administration of the OECD in Beijing
In 2014, Mikhail Mishustin was nominated as Vice-Chairman of the FTA (Forum for Tax Administration of the OECD), which consists of representatives from 45 different countries. FTA was first established in 2013.

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According to the results of his activity, Mikhail Mishustin was awarded the Order “For Services to the Fatherland”, the Order of Honor and the Certificate of Honor established by the President of Russia. And his biography does not end there ...

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