The former editor-in-chief of Vedomosti and deputy editor-in-chief of Medusa, Tatyana Lysova, started working at Alfa-Bank, a source in the media market told Kommersant. Ms. Lysova confirmed that she was appointed the leader of the investment editorial office of Alfa-Bank. The representative of the bank added that she will work in the Marketing and communications department, which is headed by Alexey Giyazov, Marketing and Communications Director of Alfa-Bank.Tatyana Lysova has worked in the business newspaper Vedomosti for 18 years since its foundation, including 13 years as its editor-in-chief. “I think immodestly that these were the best years of Vedomosti,” says Ms. Lysova. After selling the newspaper to Demyan Kudryavtsev, she moved to the Interfax news agency, where she served as deputy editor-in-chief of the political information service in 2018-2019, and in January 2020 became the first deputy editor-in-chief of Medusa. In April 2021, the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation recognized Medusa as a foreign agent. In August, it became known that Ms. Lysova had left the publication.Tatyana Lysova was born in 1968 in Moscow, graduated from the Moscow Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation. “As a journalist and editor, I managed to work in magazines (Kommersant and Expert), in the Interfax news agency. So stories about content and audience are my stories. Now I will be engaged in content about investments at Alfa-Bank, ” Tatyana Lysova said. The bank clarified that it will oversee the content of the mobile application and the Telegram channel “Alfa-Investments”, training courses for clients and new communication channels. Tatyana Lysova will interact with Alexander Polivanov, Editor-in-chief of Alfa-Bank.Anna Afanasyeva
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