Advisor - Cybercrime and Cryptocurrencies,
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Oleksiy is an Advisor (Cybercrime and Cryptocurrencies) in the Cybercrime and Money Laundering Section of the UNODC (UN Office on Drugs and Crime).
Since 2016 Oleksiy leads a UNODC project on cryptocurrencies. The project builds capacities of Financial Intelligence Units, law enforcement and supervisors to investigate cryptocurrencies and reduce risks of money laundering and terrorism financing. Since 2020 Oleksiy works on the UNODC project on Darknet trade in opioids. He also specializes in building analytical systems for analysis of large networks.
Before UN he has worked for 10 years in FIU of Ukraine as a Head of Analysis and Deputy Head, in the national Securities Commission and Tax Administration. Oleksiy also worked as a full-time expert in the Council of Europe and the Basel Institute on Governance, he was a short-time expert for IMF, World Bank, OSCE, OECD.
Oleksiy has an MD in economics and PhD in mathematics.