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Russia

Svetlana Meyer

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Deloitte Russia

Business Center "White Square"

5 Lesnaya st.

Moscow, 125047

Russia


Tel: +7 (495) 787 06 00 ext. 2039

Fax: +7 (495) 787 06 01

Email: smeyer@deloitte.ru

Website: www.deloitte.com

Svetlana Meyer, Deloitte Russia, is a partner in the tax and legal department in Moscow and currently leads the global employer and private client practice in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Svetlana and her team provide a variety of services including employment and remuneration structuring, related tax advice and tax planning in all spheres of individual taxation. The team provides services to a number of multinational Deloitte clients with operations in the CIS. Svetlana has led numerous projects covering the design and implementation of long-term incentive plans for top managers and employees of Russian and international companies operating in the oil and gas, financial, consumer and telecommunication businesses.

Over the course of her 19-year career with Deloitte and another Big 4 firm, Svetlana has specialised in employee remuneration structuring, long-term incentive plans, payroll, pension and social tax implications, country-specific tax compliance, and labour law issues.

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Elena Solovyova

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Deloitte Russia

Business Center "White Square"

5 Lesnaya st.

Moscow, 125047

Russia


Tel: +7 (495) 787 06 00 ext. 2064

Fax: +7 (495) 787 06 01

Email: esolovyova@deloitte.ru

Website: www.deloitte.com

Elena Solovyova, Deloitte Russia, is a partner in the tax and legal department and she specialises in corporate and international taxation. Over her 20-year professional career at Deloitte, Elena has been gaining extensive practical experience in Russian and international taxation. During this time, she has been advising large Russian and international clients on tax planning and tax law compliance.

Elena leads a wide range of projects in various tax areas, including development of corporate structuring strategies, assistance in investment activities, consulting services to increase operational efficiency, and development of intercompany financing methods.

For a long time Elena was also an associate professor in the finances and credit department of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and conducted a wide range of special courses on corporate taxation for the master's degree students in the faculty of economics.

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