We are pleased to announce appointments of Nasiba Muradkhanova as an Audit Director and Farid Bakhshiyev as Management Consulting Director at KPMG in Azerbaijan effective as of 1 October 2019.
Nasiba joined KPMG in 2011 and has more than 10 years experience in Big4 including her roles across KPMG CIS and 1,5 years in KPMG London Banking practice.
During her career, Nasiba delivered audit and consulting services to clients operating in various sectors of economy focusing on Banking and Capital Markets, as well as Telecom, Energy, Manufacturing, Retail and Construction companies.
Farid Bakhshiyev has over 15 years of experience both in international organizations and government sector of Azerbaijan. His specialization includes project management, development economics, macroeconomics, public finance and financial sector.
Farid joined KPMG in March 2017. His responsibilities include taking part in different stages of M&A/Financing/ Valuation projects, carrying out financial analysis of company's historic results and projections, conducting industry research, preparing and delivering financial models, report writing and checking, dealing with management and personnel of a client and a target company, coaching junior staff, preparation and supervision of preparation of marketing and presentation materials.
We congratulate both Nasiba Muradkhanova and Farid Bakhshiyev on their new roles and wish them further success and professional achievements at our company!
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