Egor joined KPMG in 2000. He started his professional career in audit with KPMG in Moldova. Egor led a large number of audits of banks and commercial companies and took part in various projects financed by international organizations.
In 2006, Egor moved to KPMG in Moscow and in 2014 he joined the Risk Consulting team. Since then, Egor has participated in varied engagements related to prevention and detection of fraud, court support and preparation of expert reports on economic issues for different sectors of economy, including banking, construction, manufacturing, transport, agriculture and mining.
Egor’s clients include large international and Russian companies with a turnover of more than USD6 billion and comprising over 200 legal entities. Egor has managed projects implemented by multi-disciplinary teams consisting of up to 80 people.
The recent expert witness projects led by Egor included the following:
— Expert witness report for the UK Hight Court on quantification of losses caused to one of the major Russian banks
— Assistance in preparation of expert witness report on quantification of losses of one of the Russian companies in relation to its investment in one of the CIS countries. The report is to be filed with SCC and ICSID
— Expert witness report for LCIA on quantification of losses incurred by a coal mine in Russia as a result of non-arm’s length transactions
— Analysis of factors and circumstances that resulted in a bankruptcy of a commercial bank including quantification of damages, identification of fraud and other misconduct perpetrated by the bank’s employees and shareholders
— Quantification of damages caused by a receiver of a bankrupt manufacturing plant to one of the plant’s shareholders. It was required to determine contract breaches, quantify damages, calculate potential penalties and prepare the expert witness report to be submitted to the law enforcement authorities
— Expert witness on damages based on valuation of a coal mine to be used by one of its shareholders in court in Cyprus. The valuation was to be done as an expert witness report for the plaintiff to support its claim to reimburse the inflicted damages
In the Media
An article for RBC Pro on how scenario analyses help prove losses under force majeure circumstances.