On the move: Rafael Krasnodebski, PwC Ukraine

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Oct. 4, 2012, 9:22 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

Rafael Krasnodebski, PwC Ukraine
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Rafael Krasnodebski recently joined the Advisory practice of PwC Ukraine as a Partner. Before moving to Ukraine, he served as the Service Line Lead Partner in the PwC Budapest office, and was responsible for leading the Advisory practice of the Hungarian firm.

Rafael joined PwC in 2001 in Warsaw, Poland, where he grew the consulting practice into one of the major strategic and operational professional services providers in the country. He recruited and developed a series of industry sector focused teams which have successfully completed several major transformation projects in the financial services, telecommunications, oil, gas, energy, mining, manufacturing and public sectors.

Rafael also set-up a shared services consulting team in Krakow, Poland. This team has gone on to become a world leader in the shared services consulting space, performing projects throughout Europe and America.

Krasnodebski was born and educated in England where he started his professional career in journalism after completing degrees in Economic History and Political Science at Leeds and Leicester Universities. He moved to management consulting in 1991 after being the offered the opportunity to work in the Central European region.

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