Ban on foreign ERP software in Russia: Migration to 1C

Online Event

08 February | 10.00-11.30 (CET); 12.00-13.30 (GMT+3)
Form of participation: online event
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Language: English

About the event

On December 18, 2023, the 12th sanctions package of the European Union against Russia came into force. The provision of software for the management of enterprises and manufacture to Russian companies has been banned – the list of software includes all ERP, CRM, EDW and many other systems.

The transitional period for the termination of legal and contractual relations with Russian companies under contracts already concluded will end on March 20, 2024, and for subsidiaries of European companies in Russia - on June 20, 2024.

Therefore, companies need to think already right now about the migration to Russian software.

Join us to learn more about specifics of sanctions application and practical experiences in the successful implementation of client projects for the transition to Russian software.

In our event, SCHNEIDER GROUP experts will be shedding light on the following agenda:


  • EU sanctions against Russia – ban on ERP software: deadlines, exceptions and ways out
  • IT issues related to migration to 1C, timeline and steps to be undertaken
  • Case study: accounting aspects of migration to 1C from the user point of view, individual customization of 1C to comply with international corporate standards.

About speakers

Natalia Wilke
Partner, General Director, SCHNEIDER GROUP St. Petersburg
Natalia is SCHNEIDER GROUP Partner and General Director of the St. Petersburg office. She is a lawyer with more than 20 years of practical experience in legal consulting.

Natalia Wilke has provided comprehensive legal support for many major international investment projects in Russia in corporate and labor law issues, including structuring investments, drafting contractual documentation and advising on corporate issues related to establishing, maintaining, restructuring and closing Russian subsidiaries and joint ventures. Big international enterprises, medium-sized and family-run businesses benefit from Natalia’s legal advice.
Olga Mastsevaya
Finance & Accounting Director, SCHNEIDER GROUP St. Petersburg
Olga joined the company in 2004. During her 17 years at SCHNEIDER GROUP, Olga has worked her way up from senior accountant to finance & accounting director. She has more than 25 years of professional experience.

Olga specializes in accounting, taxation and financial reporting according to Russian accounting standards, projects on internal audit, transformation of local financial reporting into IFRS and management reporting. She is responsible for automation of financial processes and communication with Russian tax authorities and industry regulators.

She graduated from Saint Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance with a degree in Accounting, Analysis and Audit and also holds a degree in Economics and Management from Lomonosov Moscow State University, with a specialization in Financial Management. Olga is a certified accountant of the Institute of Professional Accountants of Russia.
Sergey Danilyuk
Director ERP & IT
Sergey joined SCHNEIDER GROUP in Q4 Y2023 as ERP & IT Director, taking responsibilities for both internal IT operations excellence and external ERP services rendered to numerous clients among all SG offices.

His prior experience includes in-house CIO/CTO roles ensuring business continuity and effectiveness increase through Information Technology for Manufacturing, Production, Advertising international holdings; also ensuring successful implementations of complex ERP business solutions as Project Director for major O&G, Mining, FMCG and other companies, often above stakeholders expectations and overcoming various challenges.

Sergey’s core competencies include Systems Integration & Architecture Design, IT Audit & Management, Business Processes Optimization & Digitalization, Information & Data Security.

Sergey graduated from Moscow State University (Chemicals, Engineering Ecology), speaks native Russian, fluent English, a bit French, German, Latin.
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