Partner, KPMG Law
KPMG in Russia
Olga has been working with KPMG in Moscow since 2007. Prior to joining KPMG, Olga spent 5 years with international law and consulting firms. Olga’s professional experience over the years includes providing legal support for clients establishing new businesses and clients acquiring assets in Russia, structuring joint-ventures and developing holding and corporate management structures. Olga has extensive experience in managing complex, legal due diligence of Russian companies, including mining and production enterprises, banking and non-profit institutions. Also, Olga advises clients on various corporate and civil law matters and provides assistance in obtaining anti-trust and other regulatory approvals.
An article for Forbes on the placement of blockchain bonds.
Comments for Forbes on a court ruling that de facto recognises cryptocurrencies as a property with value.
Comments for Vedomosti on the interest of the clients of legal firms in blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
Comments for Pravo.ru on legal ratings.
Comments for Pravo.ru on monetary disputes.