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Industry Group Leaders

Deloitte CIS

Egor Metelkin

Partner, Consumer & Industrial Products Leader, CIS

Egor has been an Audit Partner since 2002 and is responsible for providing audit services to a number of large Russian and multinational clients. In addition to being a Deloitte CIS Board member, he also heads the Consumer Industry Products (CIP) group in the CIS and the French desk. Egor holds a US CPA certificate and a Russian Audit license.

Gennady Kamyshnikov

Managing Partner, Energy & Resources Leader, CIS

Gennady has more than 20 years’ experience, working in the tax and legal sectors in Russia and authored key elements of the tax legislation in 1992. He holds a Master’s in Economics, a Master’s in Law and a PhD in International Tax. Gennady led the CIS Tax & Legal function for 6 years and now leads our activity in the Energy and Resources sector.

Sergei Neklyudov

Partner, Financial Services Industry Leader, CIS

Sergei came to Deloitte after fourteen years with another big four firm, where he led IFRS, RAS/US GAAP audits for financial institutions. He holds a Master’s Degree in Economics, is a Russian Certified Auditor, and an АССА Member and sits on the Deloitte CIS Executive Committee. Sergei has extensive knowledge of the banking, brokerage and leasing sectors in Russia and Europe and leads projects in due diligence, development, and implementation of accounting and financial reporting systems.

Olga Tabakova

Partner, Technology, Media & Telecommunications Industry Leader, CIS

Olga joined Deloitte in 1995, becoming a Partner in the Audit department in 2004. She has led the Deloitte CIS Technology, Media & Telecommunications practice since 2007. She specialises in delivering Audit & Assurance services, transformation to IFRS/ US GAAP, IFRS first time adoption, due diligence, internal controls and IPO-related services. She holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Mathematics and is a CPA (Oregon, USA). Olga enjoys travel and art and is a keen Bonsai grower.

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