Farid Ilishkin appointed partner at PwC Russia

Открыть страницу: на русском языке Moscow – July 1, 2013 – Farid will guide the strategic development of PwC's Valuation and Economics practice in the Energy, Utilities and Mining (EU&M), Consumer and Industrial Products and Services (CIPS), and metals sectors.

Born in 1980 in Baku, Azerbaijan, Farid graduated in 2002 from the Finance Academy of the Russian Government with a degree in Economics, specialising in Finance, Credit and Financial Management.

Before joining PwC Russia in Moscow, Farid had built a successful career in valuation. He began his career in 2001 as an appraiser with AKC Department of Professional Valuation. In 2002, he joined the NEO-Centre Consulting Group, where he subsequently served as director of valuation and managing director. Farid joined PwC in 2008 as a senior manager and was promoted to director in 2010. He has extensive experience managing projects in valuation and financial modelling, serving major Russian and international clients.

He is a member of the Self-Regulatory Inter-Regional Appraisal Specialists Association, a non-commercial partnership. In 2003, he received a post-graduate degree in Business Valuation from the Institute of Continuing Education, Finance Academy of the Russian Government.

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