Partner, Head of Corporate Governance and Sustainability
KPMG in Russia
Igor is a Head of Corporate Governance and Sustainability Group in KPMG Russia. He has been working in the field of Corporate Governance and Sustainability more than 10 years, implementing comprehensive corporate development projects for government authorities, and large Russian and foreign companies in various industries such as Metals & Mining, Oil & Gas, and Chemicals. Igor supports KPMG clients in their commitment to develop sustainable, safe, reliable, resource and energy efficient operations with reliance on strong corporate governance and risk management culture, for sustainable value creation for all stakeholders. His experience includes advisory and assurance projects aiming for clients’ business operations improvement, mitigating risks and identifying new opportunities. This includes implementation of corporate governance and corporate development projects, implementation of comprehensive transformation programs, strengthening of risk management systems, and sustainability strategy development and implementation. Igor graduated from the Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov with bachelor's and master's degrees in Economics. He also has a number of practical articles published in leading business publications. In addition, Igor delivers lectures and master classes at the leading Russian Universities.
Comments for Vedomosti on legislation initiated to corporatise Russian Post.
Barchelor and Master degree in Economics, Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov
Executive course on corporate governance, Schulich business school of York University (Toronto, Canada)
Certificate in development and documentation of environmental management system, occupational safety management system and energy management system