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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016



Marie-Jose Nuelandt has been appointed deputy general director of personnel, the company announced.

Nuelandt was born in Brussels on Dec. 20, 1958. She graduated from Brussels Catholic University in 1978, after which she worked as a manager in the Moscow offices of several foreign companies, including Protein Technologies International and Philbro Energy.

In 2002, Nuelandt was a project director at RusAl before becoming personnel director at the Krasnoyarsk Aluminum Factory. She has since worked at Gloria Jeans in Rostov-on-Don and the Nizhny Novgorod Maslozhirny Kombinat.

Andrei Zyryanov has been named director of raw materials supplies, the company announced.

Zyryanov was born on Feb. 7, 1965. He graduated from the international economic relations faculty of MGIMO in 1987, and holds an MBA from the University of Navarra.

Zyryanov worked for government bodies from 1988 to 1993, then at Spain's Campofrio Alimentacion, as head of Russian operations and director for Asia and Eastern Europe, until 2000. He has since worked as head of purchasing and supply at Kampomos, and as head of purchasing and director for government relations at Istok.

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Irina Smirnova has been named a partner in the technology, communications and entertainment group of assurance and advisory business services, the company announced.

Smirnova was born on Feb. 16, 1971, in Kirov, in the Urals. She graduated from Moscow State University in 1993 with a master's degree in economics.

Smirnova started her career at Ernst & Young in 1993 as a member of the audit staff, and was promoted to senior in 1995 and to manager in 1998. She transferred to the firm's New York office in 1999, returning to Moscow in 2002, when she was promoted to senior manager.

Dmitry Tetiouchev has been admitted as a partner in Ernst & Young's tax practice, the company announced.

Tetiouchev was born on Feb. 19, 1974, in Volgograd. He graduated from the Volgograd State University Law School in 1996. He also has a degree in accounting from the St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance, and studied law for a year in the United States on a special U.S. Information Agency grant.

Tetiouchev started his career with Arthur Andersen in 1996 in St. Petersburg. In 2000, he moved to Andersen Legal's Moscow office, where he became a senior associate manager. After the combination of the CIS law practices of Ernst & Young and Andersen in 2002, Tetiouchev became a senior associate in Ernst & Young's legal practice.


Mark Temkin has been named a director at UralSib, the company announced. He will manage stock operations and address issues of strategic planning and investment banking services.

Temkin was born on May 8, 1974, in Moscow. He graduated from the economics department at MGU in 1995, and has been working on the Russian financial market for nine years.

Before starting at NIKoil in 1998, he worked on interbank credit and currency markets at Expobank, and as a client services manager at Rinako Plus.