David Owen, Deloitte Open New CIS Office to Deepen Regional Business Ties

Deloitte_ExecutiveBiz has established its 17th office in the Commonwealth of Independent States as it seeks to deepen its local business ties more than 20 years after first establishing a formal presence in the region.

The consulting and audit firm said locating its new office in the Armenian capital of Yerevan was a “strategic decision” to align itself with sectors of the landlocked country’s that are growing, the ARKA News Agency reports.

“In addition to adding a new office to our CIS network, we are delighted to be expanding in the Armenian market which, in our opinion, represents significant opportunities for growth,” said David Owen, CEO at Deloitte CIS, which employs close 3,000 employees.

“We look forward to supporting Armenia and its business community in realizing its huge potential.”

Srbuhi Hakobyan will serve as the audit partner for the companies Moscow and Yerevan operations. She brings a background in banking, retail, real estate, healthcare and manufacturing to the dual role.

 

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