Andrey Vladimirov

Andrey Vladimirov Head of Tax Section
  • 16 years
    of experience
  • 80 successful

After graduating with honours from the Financial Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation with a degree in accounting and auditing, and subsequently from the Moscow State Law Academy with a degree in jurisprudence, I have accumulated more than 16 years of experience in managing the tax departments of major Russian companies.

My experience includes many years leading the tax department of FSUE “Russian Post”; experience in the control and audit department of MMC “Norilsk Nickel”, “RusPromAvto”; five years leading the tax department of the well-known Russian audit company “Rosexpertiza” and four years leading the tax section of a Russian law firm with high rankings in the international ratings of the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners.

As the head of the tax service of FSUE “Russian Post”, I managed to build a system of tax accounting, control and methodology from scratch; create and establish a system of work of all tax specialists in more than 80 branches across Russia; and provide full comprehensive protection to the enterprise within all on-site and desk audits.

In my many years as head of the tax section, I have had the opportunity to advise such large clients as Fortum PJSC, ESN Group, Russian Holding Company PJSC, the enterprises of ONEXIM Group, GAZ Group, the Russian subsidiary of the multinational corporation “Continental”, subsidiaries of the Gazprom energy branch, Polymetal, VSMPO-Avisma Corporation, subsidiaries of “Surgutneftegas” and many others.

I am proud that as head of the legal tax section I managed to achieve complete cohesion among my team of lawyers and high efficiency in terms of achieving results. I personally act as a mentor for my lawyers and have guided many “graduates” who have taken key positions on the side of our company's clients.

I am fascinated by the history of Russia and do not miss a chance to go on an enlightening trip around our country, where there are still many unexplored places.