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Anna Voronkova

Anna Voronkova

Partner, Head of International Tax

KPMG in Russia and the CIS

Anna has more than 16 years of advisory experience in taxation and is specializing in providing tax planning and business restructuring services for both Russian and multinational companies operating in different industries. Anna is leading the international tax group within KPMG in Moscow office which currently includes more than 20 full time professionals. During last 2 years Anna is actively involved in projects related to assessment of tax risks and implementation of changes to the existing groups’ structures in light of introduction of the new Russian deoffshorization law as well as global G20/BEPS and information exchange initiatives.

In the Media


Comments for VTimes on benefits to SAR residents.

Comments for RBC on extending an option to withdraw dividends abroad without incurring any taxes.

Comments for VTimes on the future of offshores.

Comments for RBC on which companies may benefit from redomiciliation to SAR.

Comments for Vedomosti on applying a cross-cutting approach when paying dividends.

Comments for Vedomosti on strategies that can be used by companies affected by the tax increase on dividends transferred abroad.

Comments for RBC on rethinking the taxation of dividend payments. 

Comments for Kommersant on the states that can be affected by a measure proposed by the Russian Government to abolish preferential rates for taxes on dividends.


Comments for Vedomosti on the demand for redomiciliation of private funds to Russian special administrative districts (SADs).

Comments for Vedomosti on tax conditions for holdings in Russia and abroad.  

Comments for Vedomosti on cases where special declarations on capital amnesty were used as evidence in criminal prosecutions. 

Comments for Vedomosti on the circumstances in which the tax authorities could challenge the eligibility of applying a zero rate.

Comments for Vedomosti on the level of demand in Russia's special administrative regions.

Comments for Vedomosti on the new EU Directive to tackle aggressive cross-border tax planning.

Comments for Vedomosti on the demand on Russian special administrative regions.

Comments for Vedomosti on more stringent regulatory requirements for British Virgin Islands for companies. 

Comments for RBC on the potential reasons behind a reduction in the volume of Russian citizens' deposits in Cypriot banks. 

Comments for Vedomosti on EU regulations which come into force in 2020, under which all companies with businesses in EU will have to report any transactions that make use of tax benefits.

Comments for Vedomosti on ratifying an OECD multilateral convention (MLI).

Comments for Kommersant on the rationale behind extending a capital amnesty.

Comments for Vedomosti on extending a capital amnesty.

Comments for Vedomosti on strengthened anti-offshore legislation.


Comments for RBC on the reasons why Russian business prefers to establish holding companies in Cyprus.

Comments for Vedomosti on amendments to the law on special administrative regions put forward by the Ministry of Economic Development.

Comments for Vedomosti on the KPMG tax practice pace of growth.

Comments for Vedomosti on excluding several offshores from the blacklist of Russian Federal Tax Service.

Comments forVedomosti on the possibility of tax-free liquidation of a CFC.

Comments for Vedomosti on a new project by Russian lawmakers to create two territories in Russia with offshore features – on the Oktyabrsky Island in Kaliningrad and on the Far Eastern island of Russky.

Comments for Vedomosti about capital amnesties.


Comments for Vedomosti on tax charged on real estate sales revenue.

Comments for Vedomosti on tax reform in Switzerland.

Comments for Vedomosti on tax residency criteria.

Comments for Vedomosti about the beneficiaries of European trusts.

Comments for Vedomosti about blacklist of Federal Tax Service.

Comments for Vedomosti about beneficiary disclosure.

Comments for Vedomosti about BVI.

Comments for Vedomosti about offshores.

Comments for about capital amnesty.

Comments for Vedomosti about CFC.

Comments for Vedomosti about the capital amnesty effect.

Areas of expertise
Acquisition or Disposal Structuring Corporate Tax Global Location and Expansion Services International Tax Mergers and Acquisitions Restructuring Services Tax Tax Dispute Resolution and Controversy Tax Restructuring Services Tax Structuring
Education and qualifications
  • Plekhanov Russian Economic Academy, Accounting and Audit department, diploma with honors

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