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Russian Board of Appraisers  
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Malaya Ordynka 13, bldg 3
RU-119017 Moscow
Russian Federation

Tel./fax: +7 495 748 20 12


President: Yury Shkolnikov
Executive Director: Tatyana Mazsko
Head of Membership Dept.: Vasily Babin

Number of direct members: 956 valuation companies
Number of qualified valuers (individuals): 1.718 through valuation companies

Member of TEGoVA since: November 2005
Category of membership: Associate


The Russian Board of Appraisers (RBA) is one of the largest professional organisations of valuation companies in the Russian Federation.

Permanent Representative to TEGoVA

coming soon

Yury Shkolnikov


Tel.: +7 495 748 20 12
+7 495 953 53 57

Brief History and Role

The Russian Board of Appraisers (RBA) is one of the largest professional organisations of valuation companies in the Russian Federation. It was founded in 25 November 1996 and nowadays the RBA represents the valuation companies from 80 (of 83) regions of Russia. There are 22 branch offices providing services and information.

The RBA initiates legislative amendments concerning valuation and represents the appraisal society in government authority committees and commissions.

Principal Activities

Expertise. RBA Expert Council is the best recognised body in valuation reports expertise. The Expert Council, for example, examines the property valuation results of national gas and electric transportation companies.

Members' support. RBA provides legal, information and educational support to its members. Members have a discount in professional indemnity insurance and the access to up-to-date information about valuation contests.

Public Affairs. RBA represents the appraiser's interests in drafting government resolutions, federal laws and administrative documents concerning valuation activity.

Services to authorities. RBA provides feasibility studies for federal programs, economic forecasting, drafting concepts of effective property management for local authorities, drafting programs of social and economic development of municipalities.

Principal Areas of Policy

RBA principal areas of policy are:

* Co-operation on valuation best practice and standards both in the Russian Federation and in Europe
* Corporative clients co-operation
* Educational policy
* Information support policy


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Membership Includes

* Valuation companies
* Entrepreneurs


RBA publishes information in Russian.

RBA's Main Goal

RBA is a professional self-regulating organisation that creates a healthy professional environment for members.

Awarding member association

Recognised European Valuer
Awarding Member Association

The association has the right to award Recognised European Valuer status (designated by the letters REV) to its members.