Mark Rovinskiy > Ivanyan and Partners > Moscow, Russia > Lawyer Profile

Ivanyan and Partners
KADASHEVSKAYA NAB., 14, BLDG 3.
119017 MOSCOW
Russia

Work Department

Position

For 15 years, Mark has been advising clients on Russian and international taxation issues that accompany investment projects of corporate clients, and restructuring of private assets.

For the last 6 years, Mark has also specialised in economic sanctions and compliance. He frequently advises large Russian businesses on compliance with sanctions policies of the USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Switzerland, and the European Union (and EU member states).

As a tax expert, Mark is involved in legislative work; in particular, he participated in the development of Russian legislation on deoffshorisation.

Career

Prior to joining Ivanyan and Partners in 2015, Mark worked in a Russian law firm and an international auditing firm.

Languages

Russian, English and German

Memberships

  • Member of Moscow Bar Association
  • Member of the International Fiscal Association and the European Confederation of Tax Consultants (Confédération Fiscale Européenne)

Education

2005: Degree in law from Moscow State University, Russia

Lawyer Rankings

Russia > Tax

Ivanyan and Partners is well-versed in tax dispute resolution, handling all stages of tax disputes. Of late, the team is experiencing an uptick in instructions from foreign investors in relation to tax incentives and customs preferences. Another area of recent growth is tax structuring in the construction and infrastructure sectors. Practice head Dmitry Mikhailov splits time between Moscow and St. Petersburg; he is a go-to adviser for tax planning work. Clients also recommend Mark Rovinskiy.

Russia > Private client

Ivanyan and Partners focuses on providing ultra-high-net-worth individuals and their families with a full-service offering, including advising on assets, real estate, business interests, and inheritance planning. The scope of assistance provided by the ‘excellent strategists‘ at the firm ranges from complex multi-jurisdictional tax structuring work to ongoing support with day-to-day issues. The key contacts are Khristofor IvanyanMark Rovinskiy and Yulia Chekmareva; Chekmareva brings her prior experience of working for a major international charitable foundation to her current focus on handling a wide range of work on behalf of domestic and foreign non-profit entities.