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Baker & McKenzie - CIS, Limited

WHITE GARDENS, 9 LESNAYA STREET, 125047 MOSCOW, RUSSIA
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Baker & McKenzie - CIS, Limited, Sergei Zhestkov, Moscow, RUSSIA

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Private client

Within: Leading individuals

Sergei Zhestkov - Baker & McKenzie - CIS, Limited

Within: Private client

Baker & McKenzie - CIS, Limited’s private client practice provides 'a top service' and is regularly assists Russian high-net-worth individuals with private wealth matters including estate and business succession, tax planning and investment strategies and immigration issues. Tax specialist Sergei Zhestkov focuses on wealth management and designing cross-border tax efficient structures, and is supported by Artem Toropov on international tax planning and corporate restructurings mandates.

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Tax

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Baker & McKenzie - CIS, Limited’s tax practice has substantial expertise across a diverse range of areas including cross-border tax planning and structuring, the tax-related aspects of M&A, tax disputes and VAT, customs and transfer pricing. The team, which is headed by Alexander Chmelev, also includes Alexander Bychkov, who is a specialist in custom; Sergei Zhestkov, who is experienced in designing the tax efficient structures and M&A-related matters; and Arseny Seidov, who is noted for tax planning and the restructuring of cross-border transactions. Other key figures are Maria Kostenko, who leads on tax disputes and transfer pricing, and recently promoted partners Vladimir Efremov and Kirill Vikulov, who focus on corporate tax, cross-border tax planning and audits.

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