Irina Narysheva joined KPMG practice in 2003. Before KPMG she worked 5 years in international law firm CMS.
Irina is engaged in various projects including M&A transaction support, business restructuring, setting up corporate management structures for large groups of companies and joint ventures, legal support of investment projects.
Irina represented clients' interests in courts of arbitration of the Russian Federation in relation to corporate disputes, real estate title disputes, invalidation of transactions, disputes related to power abuse by corporate management.
Irina is a member of Governmental Expert group for development of legislation in the area of corporate, administrative and bankruptcy law formed by the Ministry of Economics.
Examples of Irina’s work experience include:
In the Media
An interview for Pravo.ru on how the pandemic impacted the work of KPMG Law and what new skills the lawyers had to develop.
Comments for Vedomosti on the creation of a single financial monitoring body at the EU level to monitor and implement anti-money laundering operations in the financial sphere.
Comments for Russia 24 on the 'regulatory guillotine'.
Comments for Vedomosti on the revenue growth of KPMG Law.
Comments for Vedomosti on the legal consequences of establishing and implementing cartel agreements in procurement prcoesses.
Comments for Vedomosti on a draft law on the principles of permitting activities.
Comments for RBC on selling state-owned stakes in joint-stock companies.
Comments for the Kommersant supplement on the business programme of the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
Comments for Kommersant on the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
Comments for Pravo.ru on KPMG activities related to legal services.