On the move: Teymur Abasguliyev, PwC Ukraine

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Oct. 4, 2012, 9:28 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

Teymur Abasguliyev, PwC Ukraine
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Teymur Abasguliyev recently joined the Assurance practice of PwC Ukraine as a Partner.

Teymur has been with PwC since 1996 and has 16 years of experience. Before moving to Ukraine, Teymur served as the Assurance Practice Leader in Azerbaijan.

He was responsible for audit and advisory projects for companies operating in oil and gas, telecoms, construction and manufacturing industries. His portfolio of clients included subsidiaries of large MNCs and international businesses as well as emerging and leading local industrial and financial groups in Azerbaijan and Georgia.

One of his recent assignments included a large-scale transformational project for a state-run company into International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) covering development of sustainable reporting processes, methodological support in automation of accounting, reporting and various other business functions based on an ERP solution, risk management and other areas.

Teymur is closely familiar with the problems and challenges facing large state-owned and commercial enterprises on emerging markets in the process of implementation of IFRS and development of effective management information systems and processes.

Teymur holds a Master’s degree in International Relations and Law from Baku State University. He is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK).

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