Judit Burucs is a lecturer at the Institute of World Economy of CUB. Her main research fields and interests are: Banking and finance in developing countries, Specialities of the Russian financial system and Financial risk management.
She got a dr. universitatis degree at Corvinus University Budapest in 1991 and previously programming mathematical degree in ELTE. She is a visiting professor in Russia. She used to be a banking and corporate executive with particular expertise in strategy, risk management, and advisory service in Central and East Europe, Russia, China, Cambodia and Armenia. She held senior positions with major private and public sector banks, Hungarian Post and other financial institution. She developed and managed Russia Banking Advisory Project for IFC (WorldBank Group) in Russia. She was a speaker on Fund Transfer Pricing and Risk management at several international conferences from New York to Moscow. Her article is Thoughts About Employing Fund Transfer Pricing(2008) was very well received in several countries.