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Andrey Grachev to head Eversheds Sutherland’s Russia tax practice

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Andrey Grachev, an experienced attorney who works on domestic and international tax structures, has moved to Eversheds Sutherland.

Grachev, who wrote articles for ITR during his time at KPMG, is also well-versed in matters including tax litigation and dispute resolution, tax due diligence, and assessment of tax implications of various transactions.

Before his appointment, Grachev served as director of tax and legal at KPMG Russia and CIS, and has also collaborated with the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.

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