Kirill Pisarev

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Kirill Pisarev
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Born (1969-06-16) June 16, 1969 (age 49)
Residence Moscow, Russia
Occupation Businessman
Investor

Kirill Pisarev (Russian: Кирилл Валерьевич Писарев; born June 16, 1969), is a Russian entrepreneur, investor and a co-founder of PIK Group, a Russian-based residential real estate developer.

Early life[edit]

Pisarev was born in Moscow, Russia. In 1987-89, he served in the Soviet Army. He graduated from the State Finance Academy of the Russian Government with a degree in Fina

Career[edit]

In 1994, Pisarev co-founded the first mortgage company, PIK Group.[1] By 2007 the company had become Russia’s largest residential developer, bringing online in excess of 1 million square meters of space per year. In June 2007, PIK Group completed a $1.93 billion IPO on the London (LSE) and Russian (RTS, MICEX) stock exchanges, the largest ever real estate IPO in Europe and globally (non-REIT). The company was valued at $12.3 billion.[2] To date, PIK Group has completed in excess of 13 million square meters of housing.[3] Pisarev served as the President of the company between 1994-2009. Between 2009 and 2011, he acted as the Chairman of the Board and a Director of the company.[4]

Besides PIK Group, Pisarev’s current business interests include: Wainbridge Capital,[5] a Jersey-registered real estate investment and asset management company; Wainbridge Estates,[6] a residential development and investment management business focused on luxury real estate in various international locations; Storm Properties,[7] a Russian real estate development company, and Housing Financing Bank,[8] a Russia-based specialized residential mortgage originator.

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