Maksim Reshetnikov — Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
- Born 11 July, 1979, Perm.
- 2000: Graduated from Perm State University with a degree in economics and mathematics. PhD (Economics).
- 2002: Earned a degree in linguistics and translation.
- PhD Economic.
- 2002 — 2005: Head of Budget Planning Division, Head of Division for Regional Finance and Investments, Deputy Head of the Main Economic Directorate of the Administration of the Perm Region.
- 2005 — 2007: First Deputy Chairman, Planning Department, Perm Region; First Deputy Head of the Executive Office under the Governor of the Perm Territory.
- 2007 — 2009: Deputy Director, Department for Inter-Budget Relations; Director, Department for Monitoring and Evaluation of Efficiency of Government Authorities of Constituent Entities of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Regional Development of Russia.
- 2009: Head of the Executive Office of the Governor of the Perm Territory.
- 2009 — 2010: Director, Department for State Governance, Regional Development and Local Government of the Government Staff of the Russian Federation.
- 2010: First Deputy Chief of Staff to the Moscow Mayor and Moscow Government.
- 23 April, 2012: Appointed Moscow Government Minister and Head of the Moscow Department for Economic Policy and Development by an executive order of the Mayor of Moscow.
- On 18 September 2017 was elected governor of Perm Territory.
- On 21 January 2020 was elected Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.
- Actual State Councillor of the City of Moscow 1st Class. Awarded Honorary Certificate of the Government of the Russian Federation and Letter of Gratitude from the President of the Russian Federation.


15 january 13:00–14:00
Expert Discussion


Green Lounge

Languages: Russian, English
Moderator: Vladimir Mau Panellists: Elvira Nabiullina, Maksim Reshetnikov, Anton Siluanov
15 january 16:45–17:30
Expert Discussion


Modern Studio

Languages: Russian, English
Supported by Russian Railways

Moderator: Andrey Kaukin Panellists: Oleg Belozerov, Dmitriy Komissarov, Maksim Reshetnikov