Deloitte CIS announces appointment of new CFO
Moscow, 14 February 2018. Deloitte CIS announces the appointment of Dmitriy Babkin as its new Chief Financial Officer. He has replaced David O’Rourke, who has left the firm to return to Ireland and take an opportunity with a local law firm.
Dmitriy has more than 11 years’ experience in the area of financial analysis, cost control, management accounting, process optimization, budgeting and reporting.
He has a Master’s degree in Money, Banking and Finance from Middlesex University London, and a Specialist degree in International Corporate Finance from the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. He also holds a CMA certification, and is currently completing his CIMA certification.
“I am happy to join the team of Deloitte’s professionals,” Dmitriy said. “I believe that my key purpose in this new capacity is to facilitate the finance function’s transformation into a full-fledged, client-oriented business partner that will provide financial forecasting, control costs and conduct data analysis on a timely basis and at a high level of quality. To achieve this, we will focus on the development of effective accounting and reporting systems, and the streamlining of business processes, including through the use of advanced technologies such as robotics (RPA), paperless workflow and agile project management solutions.”
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