Russia

Transport 

Transport is a particularly dynamic element of the Russian economy, constantly adapting to changing financial, commercial, technological and regulatory influences.

In Russia, significant issues include:

 

  • road and rail infrastructure development,
  • the emergence of low-cost air carriers in the region,
  • harbor reconstruction and development
  • an increased blurring of the public and private transport sectors

Contact

Alexei Romanenko

Alexei Romanenko

Partner, Head of Infrastructure and Transport, Russia and the CIS

+7 (495) 9374444

KPMG’s Transport practice understands the financial and operational drivers of the transport sector and work with many of Russian, and the world’s, leading public and privately owned transport groups across aviation, shipping, ports, rail and road freight.

 

KPMG’s Transport industry practice offers wide range of services covering critical business and industry issues, including:

 

  • financial statement audit and accounting advice
  • mergers, acquisitions and asset disposals
  • restructuring and debt advisory
  • IT project advisory
  • capital raising
  • tax planning and compliance
  • cross-border financing
  • supply chain optimization
  • enterprise risk management
  • investigating fraud and other misconduct.

 

By providing our clients with the guidance and insight, we can help them to adapt to the latest operational, financial, market-oriented, or business-related developments so they may derive greater value from their businesses.