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DLA Piper Rus Limited

LEONTIEVSKY PER., 25, 125009 MOSCOW, RUSSIA
Tel:
Work +7 495 221 4400
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Fax +7 495 221 4401
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Web:
www.dlapiper.com
DLA Piper Rus Limited, Igor Venediktov, Moscow, RUSSIA

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Igor Venediktov

Tel:
Work +7 (495) 221 4199
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DLA Piper LLP (US)

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Tax

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Igor has over 20 years' experience in advising clients in Russia on various inbound and outbound acquisitions, international tax and transfer pricing planning, real estate issues, international finance, and leasing transactions. Igor has been involved in numerous foreign and domestic direct investments, M&A transactions and IPOs in the real estate, banking, metallurgical, chemical, and automotive industries. Igor's practice is focused on optimising taxes arising on corporate restructurings, holdings (including bankable and IPOable holding structures, investment fund structures, partnerships), developments, acquisitions, disposals and debt/project financing of real estate in Russia and abroad.


Russia

Tax

Within: Tax

DLA Piper Rus Limited's team has 'a strong understanding of the local and international tax environment and practice'.  Ruslan Vasutin, Igor Venediktov and Elena Mikhailovskaia jointly lead the Russia-wide practice and are regularly supported by associates Bogdan Tereshkevich and Damir Zinnatullin in international taxation and transfer pricing, and senior associate Zaurbek Timaev  in contentious tax. Recent mandates include Venediktov advising Gett on international tax restructuring matters and Mikhailovskaia assisting the Avestra Group with a restructuring project and associated currency control issues. In other work, Vasutin is assisting Zara CIS with setting up a tax-effective structure, which involved advising on domestic and cross-border tax regulations, VAT, customs and transfer pricing implications.

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