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2018 | Moscow | Street Retail

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In Q 3 2018 Moscow’s street retail market did not experience any significant changes Pedestrian traffic and retail sales returned to normal seasonal levels following the end of the World Cup. The average vacancy rate on Moscow’s central corridors remained unchanged from the previous quarter at 48 Unlike the previous three years, there was no increase in short term vacancy in Q3 due to the absence of construction work and the positive effect of the World Cup. As for the vacancy rate since the beginning of the crisis, over the past three years it has decreased 2 5 fold, from 12 2 in Q 3 2015 to 4 8 in Q 3 2018.

2018 | Moscow | Street Retail

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Stanislav Bibik

Partner

Russia

Stanislav Bibik is a Partner and a Board Member of Colliers  in Russia.

Stanislav has worked in commercial real estate since 2004 advising clients on Russian and international real estate markets. During his work experience, he has acquired a deep knowledge of the property and capital markets and a broad network of contacts among the major players in the industry. Throughout his career, Stanislav has participated in investment transactions with a total value of over $10 billion. In 2007–2008, Stanislav worked in London where he was involved in private equity transactions and corporate finance with a focus on retail markets in the UK and Central and Eastern Europe.

Stanislav joined Colliers in 2013 as an Executive Director and was responsible for the development of investment services in Russia. Stanislav has also served as a Board Member since 2013. In 2016, Stanislav became a Partner of Colliers Russia and is responsible for the investment department, the street retail department as well as the general development of Colliers' business by seeking new projects in valuation, consulting, agency and management services in the retail and office real estate segments.

Prior to joining Colliers, Stanislav worked over 10 years for Cushman & Wakefield, where as a Partner being responsible for capital markets and valuation for the key clients. At the moment of his appointment in 2011 Stanislav was the youngest Partner of Cushman & Wakefield globally.

Stanislav is a Board Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and a Chairman of RICS Assessment Commission. He also worked on the translation and adaptation of RICS valuation standards (Red Book) into Russian language.

Stanislav graduated with distinction from the Moscow Aviation Institute, he holds a master's degree in real estate from the College of Estate Management in the UK, a diploma in business valuation from the Professional Valuation Institute of Financial Academy of the Russian Federation, as well as diplomas from CCIM and MRICS.

In 2019, Stanislav was named Personality of the Year by the prestigious CRE Federal Awards. 
In 2020 Stanislav was named Personality of the Year according to prestigious CRE Moscow Awards.

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