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Three partners appointed at PWC Ukraine

Two new partners have been appointed at PwC Ukraine, Maxim Vykhovanets in audit & assurance, and Dmytro Nechytailo in advisory. The firm also announced the appointment of partner Slava Vlasov as tax & legal services leader.

Vykhovanets will focus on deepening the firm’s cooperation and relationships with priority clients throughout the region. He has been with PwC for more than 15 years and was involved in the audits of the largest clients of PwC Ukraine in a variety of industries and will continue to lead the audit of their multinational operations.

Nechytailo rejoined PwC last year after spending five years in industry. He will continue developing the advisory practice with primary focus on operational excellence, forensic and deals. He will also focus on investing in new areas such as IT consulting.

Slava Vlasov becomes the new leader of tax and legal services, managing a team of 120 lawyers and tax advisors. He has been with PwC Ukraine for 11 years and became a partner in 2010.

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