Inna Oliinyk
CEPS Staff

Inna Oliinyk

Researcher

Inna Oliinyk
About

Inna Oliinyk

Researcher

Inna Oliinyk is a Researcher in the Financial Markets and Institutions Unit at CEPS and a Permanent Secretary to the Network of the EU IFIs 

Passionate about banking and capital markets with more than four years of professional experience at CEPS, Inna contributed to various research projects including but not limited to payments, equity investments, non-financial reporting etc.  

With regard to banking, Inna focused primarily on the impact of prudential regulation. In this field she co-authored several research reports covering EU prudential regulation and its impact on banks and insurers. She has also carried out large-scale quantitative exercises for other projects, largely related to capital markets, focusing on investment in equity, stock exchange indices, role of the SMEs, retail investment disclosure, etc. In the field of payments and fintech, Inna researched extensively the development of EU payment markets. Moreover, in the last few years she has also developed expertise on non-financial reporting having worked on several projects for the European Commission and European Financial Reporting Advisory Group. 

Inna has solid experience in data collection and analysis, including building a database from scratch, econometric analysis, modelling and design of infographics. Inna is also a proficient user of several data analysis tools (including Python, R, Stata, EViews and Tableau). Having completed several IMF courses, she is also well-trained in statistical modelling and macro econometric forecasting.  

Since 2020, Inna also coordinates the Network of EU Independent Fiscal Institutions (IFIs). In this role, Inna works with issues primarily related to fiscal sustainability and public debt. She is behind the Network’s bi-annual flagship publication of the Network – European Fiscal Monitor. She has also co-authored three Network’s research papers for the EFB Annual Conference in 2021 and led and presented the Network’s research paper at the EFB Annual Conference in 2022.  

Inna holds a master’s degree in Development Economics and International Project Management from Université Paris-Est Créteil. She was awarded the Eiffel Excellence scholarship to complete the two-year Master programme. Prior to that, she has graduated summa cum laude from the Kyiv National Economics University named after V. Hetman, where she studied International Economics and Management. During her undergraduate studies, Inna has also completed a three-year exchange programme in International Economics and Trade at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, as a laureate of Chinese Government Excellence Scholarship. 

Mother tongue Ukrainian and Russian, she is also fluent in English, French and Mandarin. 

 

UPEC - Universite Paris-Est Creteil M2 Development Economics and International Project Management