Join us for the 10th interactive discussions on the specifics of doing international business in the tightening sanctions environment. Traditional overview of adopted sanctions and counter-measures along with practical recommendations for businesses on trans-border currency payments and export and import operations.
This week’s specia topicl: Accounts receivable management in highly volatile environment.
Main topic: international sanctions & Russian counter-measures
6th sanctions package adopted. Questions for foreign managers and founders of Russian companies
Practical divestiture experiences
Lightening of currency control measures by the Russian Central Bank, new types of operations allowed
Practical experiences with foreign currency payments, settlements with foreign partners
key elements of accounts receivable management in highly volatile environment. How to choose and proceed with anti-crisis measures
Natalia joined the company in 2011 as accountant. During her first 4 years she was responsible for accounting and tax reporting for SCHNEIDER GROUP’s clients, and contributed greatly to the internal control projects, aimed at improvement of internal standards, policies and procedures.
In 2015, Natalia moved to a large international certification services company, where she worked for 3 years as deputy chief accountant.
Natalia has over 12 years of experience in accounting, tax, compliance and internal controls.
Head of Corporate Law Practice
Alexander joined the company in 2021. He has more than 25 years of professional experience and specializes in advising international companies on joint ventures, restructuring, M&A, and executive dispute resolution.
Companies from a wide range of industries, such as machinery, engineering, automotive, pharma, chemicals, food, consumer goods, professional services, fashion and retail rely on Alexander’s expertise.
Finance & Accounting Director
Growth Opportunities Lead
About SCHNEIDER GROUP
SCHNEIDER GROUP has been helping businesses to expand to new geographical markets since 2003, offering a full range of business support services: from developing strategy for successful market-entry to helping arrange or optimize accounting, reporting and financial planning processes and establishing efficient IT infrastructures.
500 top experts in 9 countries take care of all resource-consuming non-core business tasks, so our customers can focus on achieving their business goals. We offer services in Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, Poland, Russia and Uzbekistan, with minor regional variations. Get in touch via our contact form to request details of specific service packages available in your target country.