Partner, Head of Automotive
KPMG in Russia and the CIS
Ulrik has been working with KPMG in Russia since 2003. Prior to KPMG Russia, Ulrik worked 8 years with KPMG in Denmark. With KPMG in Russia, Ulrik has been involved in audits for subsidiaries of international clients as well as Russian clients and is responsible for dealing with a variety of clients within different industries. In particular, Ulrik is responsible for audit and compilation of consolidated IFRS financial statements, including Russian statutory financial statements, for a number of large Russian groups. Ulrik has extensive experience within the Automotive industry covering suppliers, manufacturers, importers and dealerships. He is member of KPMG’s Global Automotive Steering Group. From 2008 to 2010 Ulrik was relocated to KPMG’s office in Yekaterinburg as part of the management team of that regional office. Ulrik is also involved in KPMG’s Department of Professional Practice (“DPP”), which develops and communicates policies and guidance, supports client service teams and assists in business development in general. Ulrik’s main responsibilities in DPP are audit methodology and technology as well as IFRS.
Comments for Kommersant on the total number of cars sold in Udmurtia.
Comments for Autonews.ru by RBC.ru on the way the car recycling tax increase may effect the total added cost for local producers.
Comments for Kommersant on KPMG survey findings on the outlook for the automotive industry.
Comments for Vedomosti on the current shape of the automotive market.
Comments for RBC.ru about passenger cars sales growth.
Master of Science in Business Economics and Auditing (Cand.Merc.Aud.) from Aalborg University in Denmark
American Certified Public Accountant (CPA)