Director, KPMG Law
KPMG in Russia and the CIS
Stanislav has about 25 years of practical experience in the legal sphere. He has been working with KPMG for 20 years. Before joining KPMG, he worked as the Head of the Legal Department at a Russian bank. Now Stanislav is the Head of Tax Disputes Resolution Group at the North-West Regional Center.
Stanislav has significant multidisciplinary experience in advising on various areas of law including tax and customs, currency, civil and labor law. A great number of projects was implemented under his supervision, including legal, currency, civil and customs risks' assessment in business, structuring of sustainable business models, business risk mitigation procedures, business restructuring, comprehensive transaction support, successful litigation support, etc. Stanislav has an impressive extensive experience in representing interests of KPMG clients in a wide range of tax disputes at pre-litigation and litigation stages, including in supreme courts.
His clients include major foreign and Russian companies engaged in various sectors, including transport and logistics, construction and real estate, manufacturing and trade, oil and gas, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical industry, mass media, telecommunications and entertainment, financial sector, infrastructure, etc.
His experience includes:
In the Media
Comments for Vedomosti on changing criteria for companies that may receive state support during the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Comments for RBC PRO on the formal grounds for denying state support to businesses.
An article for Delovoy Peterburg on a new Tax Code Article regulating the right of a taxpayer to reduce the tax base.
St. Petersburg State University’s Law School
The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, degree in engineering
Tax controversy leader 2014-2015 by International Tax Review