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Igor Davydenko

Dentons

49-A, Volodymyrska Street

Kyiv, 01001

Ukraine

Tel: +380 44 494 4774

Email: igor.davydenko@dentons.com

Website: www.dentons.com

Igor Davydenko is a partner in Dentons' Kyiv office. He has proven experience advising clients on a wide range of matters of Ukrainian and international tax and customs law, as well as on general matters of corporate, civil and banking and finance law.

Igor has been working with the firm for the last 20 years. During this period he was involved in more than 200 multi-million complex transactions in different sectors in Ukraine.

Prior to joining the firm, Igor served as a member of the board of management of three Ukrainian banks between 1991 and 1994, during which time he dealt extensively with bank regulatory matters and questions of secured lending and loan documentation for each of these banks

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Andrey Pronchenko

PwC Ukraine

75, Zhylyanska str. 01032, KyivUkraine

Tel: +38 044 354 04 04

Email: Andrey.Pronchenko@ua.pwc.com

Website: www.pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Andrey Pronchenko is a managing partner at the Attorneys Association "PwC Legal" Ukraine. He has over 14 years of experience in practicing law on international and domestic markets. This includes almost 10 years with the Big 4 firms, where he had extensive exposure to all aspects of international and corporate law while developing his leadership skills by running cross-disciplinary and cross-border projects for large multinationals.

During his career, he was honoured to serve such companies as Amway Ukraine, Boeing, Google Inc., JTI, LG Electronics, Nissan, Opera, Oriflame Cosmetics Ukraine, Oschadbank, P&G, Polpharma, Subaru, Toshiba Corporation, Winner Imports Ukraine, Western Union, Wizz Air Ukraine and many others, including more than 10 Fortune Global 500 corporations.

For many years, Andrey has been recommended by reputable international and Ukrainian independent guides and directories as one of the leading professionals in tax disputes.

In 2008, Andrey set up the tax litigation practice within the PwC Ukraine office, which has been successfully growing and extending the firm's capabilities in the areas connected with tax disputes, including support of companies' top officials in criminal proceedings that involve tax matters. The Attorneys Association 'PwC Legal' tax controversy team brings together specialists that have solid experience and unique expertise to assist clients in their efforts to expertly avert, manage and expediently resolve various types of tax audits and disputes.

In 2015, under Andrey's supervision, the firm's team of attorneys successfully represented over 30 clients in tax disputes including criminal proceedings. The practice's success rates in tax dispute cases is one of the highest in Ukraine and is more than 90% (the firm and its staff show zero tolerance to corruption and any controversial practices, including bribes).

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Roman Blazhko

Lavrynovych & Partners

Zhanna Brazhnyk

PwC

Vladimir Kotenko

EY

Maksym Lavrynovych

Lavrynovych & Partners

Kostiantyn Likarchuk

Kinstellar

Oleh Marchenko

Marchenko Danevych

Vadim Medvedev

Avellum Partners

Alexander Minin

KM Partners

Svitlana Musienko

DLA Piper

Sergiy Popov

KPMG

Alexander Shemiatkin

KM Partners

Mykola Stetsenko

Avellum Partners

Illya Sverdlov

DLA Piper

Vyacheslav Vlasov

PwC

Hennadiy Voytsitskyi

Baker & McKenzie

Yuriy Zaluskyy

Baker & McKenzie

Tatiana Zamorska

KPMG

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