Yuriy Butsa studied economy at the National University “Kyiv Mohyla Academy” where he obtained his bachelor degree (2005) as well at the Central-European University in Budapest where he received his master degree in 2008.
Having finished his studies at Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Mr. Butsa started to work at the State Commission for Securities and Stock Market. After his return from Hungary in 2008 he was assigned to the position of the deputy head of the representative office of Warsaw Stock Exchange where he was in charge for attracting capital for Ukrainian companies.
In 2010, Yuriy Butsa was engaged as a coordinator at the Coordination Center for Economic Reforms where he was involved in the elaboration of legislation aimed to improve corporate governance at joint stock companies, to introduce new instruments on the financial market as well as to improve the operations of the banking sector and to improve the business climate.
In 2015, Yuriy Butsa joined National Securities and Stock Market Commission. His tasks as a member of the Commission included corporate governance and finance, implementation of EU directives in the Ukrainian legislation as well as the improvement of stock market instruments.
On May 5, 2016, Yuriy Butsa was designated the Deputy Minister of Finance for European Integration.
On July 26, Yuriy Butsa was dismissed from the position of Deputy Minister of Finance for European Integration by the Cabinet's decision and appointed to the position of Government Commissioner for Public Debt Management.
Mr. Butsa speaks English and Polish.