On 1 October 2011, 15 new partners were appointed. The appointments encompassed all lines of business: Audit, Tax & Legal and Advisory.
We are proud to present the new partners of KPMG in Russia and the CIS:
Dmitry Aleev, Audit, Kiev
Dmitry has started his career with KPMG Ukraine in 2001. During his career Dmitry took part in engagements providing services to clients in a broad range of industries, including energy, telecom, logistics and other, both international and local. He has worked with International Financial Reporting Standards, US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Ukrainian Accounting Standards.
Ilya Belyatski, Audit, Moscow
Ilya has been working with KPMG since 2000. Ilya is involved in the audit of large Russian industrial and mining groups, as well as companies in the and aircraft industry. He has extensive experience in IFRS audits, Russian Statutory audits and accounting advisory.
Karina Cameron, Transactions & Restructuring, Moscow
Karina joined KPMG in 2000 in the UK after she worked at A.T. Kearney management consultancy, and transferred to KPMG Moscow office in 2002. She has been involved in a number of transaction-related assignments for cross border and domestic deals. Karina’s experience includes financial due diligence, contract assistance, business valuation, UK stock exchange reporting. Karina managed significant number of projects related to transactions in Russia and CIS.
Tigran Gasparyan, Audit, Yerevan
Tigran has been working for more than nine years in the assurance line of business, including one year in KPMG London. Tigran has extensive banking, mining and other industry experience. Having an extensive training and working experience in the KPMG London and Moscow offices, he is a valuable asset in any audit.
Alexander Gavriliuk, Audit, Kiev
Alexander started his career with KPMG in Ukraine in 1998. In 2006-2008 Alexander worked as an audit senior manager with KPMG in China (Shanghai). Alexander has extensive experience in assisting in preparation and auditing of IFRS and statutory financial statements of Ukrainian and international companies. He participated in a number of audits of companies operating in agriculture manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, food & drink, transportation and banking industries.
Robert Van Genderen, Transactions & Restructuring, Moscow
Rob has over 19 years of experience in Russia and more than 14 years of corporate development and finance experience. He has advised clients on several landmark transactions in Russia. He has successfully advised on a range of transactions including buy-sides, sell-sides, joint ventures and mergers. Much of his experience includes advising on cross-border deals where international strategic or financial investors are making investments in Russia. Prior to joining KPMG, Rob was head of oil & gas at Deutsche Bank in Moscow and also worked at Merrill Lynch in New York. In addition, Rob served as President of Reynolds Metals Company’s Russian subsidiary during the 1990s.
Ludmila Grechanik, Risk Consulting, Moscow
Ludmila joined KPMG Forensic in 2003 from another Big Four firm, where she was specializing in financial sector audits. Prior to that experience she worked as the chief accountant of an Australian leasing company and previously at a number of Russian companies. Ludmila has extensive experience of fraud investigations and the development of systems of internal control to counteract corruption and fraud. During her work at KPMG Ludmila has participated and led a number of financial investigations, including investigations of suspected fraud, and general analysis of business activities in order to identify schemes and fraudulent actions at different levels. Ludmila has also participated in fraud-related risk management projects and has experience of developing recommendations on how to improve the system of internal controls over business processes. Ludmila has experience of working on corporate intelligence projects, transaction forensic support, forensic investigations and audits of distribution chains. Ludmila's experience includes more than a year of working at the London office of KPMG Forensic, where she participated in different fraud and forensic investigations.
Larissa Kisseleva, Audit, Moscow
Larissa has been with KPMG since 1997. Larissa has extensive experience in auditing of RAP and IFRS financial statements of vast Russian companies and subsidiaries of world-wide entities.
Elena Koliadko, Audit, Moscow
Elena has been working with KPMG since 1998. Elena has extensive experience in auditing and providing compilation assistance of RAP, IFRS and US GAAP financial statements for Russian and foreign companies. Elena has also been extensively involved in consolidation projects of major Russian companies. Elena’s professional experience includes 1,5 years with KPMG in Atlanta (US).
Alexei Kolosov, Audit, Moscow
Alexei has been working with KPMG since 2000. Alexei has extensive experience in auditing of IFRS and RAP financial statements and other related services for Russian and foreign banks, leasing and investment companies.
Irina Narysheva, Tax & Legal, Moscow
Irina joined KPMG in Moscow in 2003. Prior to joining KPMG, Irina worked as attorney at international law firm – member of CMS group. Irina’s professional experience includes consulting clients on corporate law law, structuring of investment projects, consulting on other Russian law issues related to commercial activities. Irina represented clients in common law and arbitration courts of Russia in relation to disputes on acquisition of shares, ownership to real estate, invalidation of transactions, corporate governance issues, labor and other disputes. Irina leads the projects on business re-structuring, joint-venture structuring, due diligence of companies, drafting various civil law contracts, advisory in the area of development and real estate transactions.
Vassily Savin, Transactions & Restructuring, Moscow
Vassily has wide experience in business and assets valuation of large enterprises of fuel and energy complex. Prior to joining KPMG Vassily spent 7 years working as a head of valuation department for Russian companies, accredited under RAO UES of Russia, LUKOIL, RZD, FAUFI, Department of Property of Moscow, Federal Agency on federal property government in atomic industry, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Federal Service for Finance Recovery, Federal Debt Center, Agency for Restructuring of lending organizations and others.
Irina Sukhotina, Risk Consulting, Moscow
Irina has over thirteen years of experience in the accounting in accordance with RAP, IFRS and US GAAP. Prior to joining KPMG, she had worked as a finance director, chief accountant and an auditor in different companies. Irina currently works on IFRS, US GAAP and RAP accounting methodology issues including accounting policies, methodology support for accounting software implementation, charts of accounts, accounting manuals and procedures, transformation and consolidation methodology, cost accounting methodology support.
Nodirbek Vakhidov, Audit, Ekaterinburg
Nodirbek joined the Moscow office of KPMG during 2001 after working with KPMG in Tashkent, Uzbekistan for 3 years. Nodirbek’s professional work experience includes coordination of audits of financial statements prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standards, Russian Accounting Standards and US GAAP; supervision over the transformation and consolidation process from statutory records into IFRS and US GAAP financial statements; provision of accounting advices; preparation of transformation manuals; and assistance in preparation of the Offering Circulars for the purpose of bonds issuance. He was involved in audit of companies operating in different economic sectors such as financial, energy and natural recourses and consumers markets.
Anna Voronkova, Tax & Legal, Moscow
Anna has more than 10 years of advisory experience in taxation. Currently she is leading the international corporate tax group in Moscow and specializing in providing tax advice on international and Russian tax issues, including cross-border investments into and from Russia. Anna’s clients include both Russian and multinational companies operating in different industries.
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