Head of KPMG Far East Practice
KPMG in Russia
Olga joined KPMG in April 2011 and since 2016 has been responsible for developing KPMG’s Far East practice. Before she joined KPMG, Olga worked for more than 7 years in the Moscow office of one of the largest international audit and consulting companies, and then in an international German law firm.
Olga has extensive experience in many fields of taxation and law, including structuring the activities of companies in Russia and abroad, introducing tax accounting and taxation functions, analysingtax risks, representing clients in court, providing advisory services concerning Russian and international taxation, and consulting on transactions and business restructuring.
As head of KPMG’s Far East practice, Olga oversees 2 offices in Vladivostok and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
Over the past few years, she has been a speaker at the EEF (Eastern Economic Forum) and at many other business venues, discussing the investment climate and tax competitiveness of the Far Eastern Federal District, as well as barriers to, and proposed measures in support of, investment. She also actively participates in various studies and KPMG projects to improve the investment attractiveness of the Far Eastern Federal District.
In the Media
Comments for the Russian Far East Development Ministry on a single tax for the Free Port of Vladivostok residents.
Comments for TASS about advanced development zones.
Comments for Vedomosti.ru about investing in the Far East.
Comments for Vedomosti about the legal boundaries for territories of advanced development.
Comments for Kommersant about zeroisation of VAT for the Far East.
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics
Certified tax advisor, Russian Tax Chamber