Christopher Armitage appointed as new Deloitte CIS Managing Partner and Consulting Leader
Moscow, 25 July 2018 — Deloitte CIS has appointed Christopher Armitage to be its new Managing Partner and Consulting Leader.
Prior to taking up the role, Christopher led the Consulting practice in the Caspian Region. He has more than 15 years of experience in the field, covering projects for the development and implementation of strategies and target operating models.
Christopher has worked with top managers of companies operating in various industries, including the Kazakh Sovereign Wealth Fund Samruk-Kazyna and the largest Russian bank. He advised them on the design and implementation of complex, large-scale business transformation projects. Additionally, Christopher holds a Master’s degree from the University of Oxford.
“Christopher has already proved himself as a successful consulting leader — during the past year he was engaged in restructuring the Consulting practice in the Caspian Region. His effort has brought outstanding results; this concerns the areas of strategic planning, attracting new clients, and overall control over the business profitability. I would like to wish Christopher success in his new role and I am ready to provide him with comprehensive support in this journey," stated Ian Colburn, CEO, Deloitte CIS.
About Deloitte CIS
With over 263,900 employees, Deloitte has grown to be one of the largest professional services firms worldwide with a presence in over 150 countries. Deloitte offers unrivalled depth, breadth and quality of professional expertise to serve the needs of clients across various industry sectors.
Deloitte CIS is one of the leading international professional services firms that offers audit, consulting, corporate finance, enterprise risk, and tax and legal services leveraging the professional experience of approximately 3,700 employees in 20 offices of 11 countries across the region. Today, Deloitte has offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ufa, Yekaterinburg, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Novosibirsk and Vladivostok (Russia), Kyiv (Ukraine), Minsk (Belarus), Tbilisi (Georgia), Baku (Azerbaijan), Aktau, Almaty, Astana and Atyrau (Kazakhstan), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Tashkent (Uzbekistan), Dushanbe (Tajikistan), Ashgabat (Turkmenistan) and Yerevan (Armenia).