Vladimir has over 20 years of experience
in finance, investments and asset management. He is also involved in civil society activities being an Executive Director of the non-profit Anti-Corruption Foundation established by Alexey Navalny, a prominent figure in the Russian opposition movement. Vladimir has resided in London since 2014.
During his finance and investments career he served as the Director of Group Portfolio Management and Control at Alfa Group Consortium, one of the largest Russian investment groups, between 2006–2012. Before joining Alfa Group, he worked in various positions within investment banking and transportation industries.
Vladimir received his MBA from the Wharton Business School of the University
of Pennsylvania. He also graduated from
the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Nikita has over 15 years of experience in investigations and finance. Nikita worked in the Forensic and Financial Investigations department in one of the Big4 companies, as an CEE Compliance Officer in one the largest international pharmaceutical companies and as a corruption investigator in one of the leading Russian non-profits. He also has vast experience in litigation support, asset recovery and due diligence projects.
Nikita graduated from Russian Oil&Gas University and has Certified Public Accountant (US) and Certified Internal Auditor (International) qualifications.
Vadim has more than five years of professional legal experience. Vadim worked in the largest Russian law firms, where he specialised in real estate law, corporate and civil law. Vadim represented the interests of major international and Russian companies in courts, including in bankruptcy proceedings, and also prepared due diligence reports dedicated to real estate.
Vadim graduated from the Faculty of Law of St. Petersburg State University and from the Department of Legal Studies of the University of Bologna (Italy), obtaining the law degree (dottore in giurisprudenza).
In recent years, Vadim has focused on the issues of reforms of the Russian legal system, and, among other, has prepared several reports with the proposals of the Russian judicial system reforms. In the University of Bologna, Vadim’s thesis was dedicated to the impact of the economic sanctions on procedural rights in international commercial arbitration.