Liability of the General Director in Russia – ways to minimize the risks

28 September | 09:30 a.m. (GMT+3) | St. Peterburg + online
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Language: English

About the event

The General Director is the sole executive body of the company, liable for its management within the authority defined by the law and the Company Charter. The General Director is liable for the results of the legal entity, as well as for the safety of its employees and property. Risks related to the activity of the General Manager will be in the highlight of the business-breakfast, which will take place on September 28, 2021 at 10:00 in the SCHNEIDER GROUP office in St. Petersburg.


  • The role of the General Director in Russia
  • Personal liability of the General Director
  • Ways of limiting the liability of the Director by delegation of authority, outsourcing and redistribution of risks between several Directors
  • Directors liability insurance

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. Prior to joining SCHNEIDER GROUP, Natalia worked for Beiten Burkhardt and Salans (now Dentons).
Natalia is a qualified lawyer with a degree in Law from St Petersburg University (2000). She is recognized by Best Lawyers in the fields of corporate and real estate law. 
Vladislav Petrokas
Head of Liability and Financial Lines, Allianz Russia

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