Egor MISIURA

Partner, KPMG

Egor MISIURA

Partner, KPMG

Egor Misiura is a Partner at the KPMG Russia Forensic practice, heading Dispute Advisory services.

Egor has been with KPMG since 2000, having started his professional career in audit. In 2014 he moved to the Forensic practice in Moscow, focusing on forensic investigations and expert witness projects. He is engaged as an expert witness and has provided opinions on loss quantum in various cases involving financial statements analysis, fraud investigations, and valuations. He has prepared reports for the High Court of London, the SCC, the ICSID, and Russian state arbitration courts. Egor is a Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant with the ACCA and a Russian Licensed Auditor.

Egor has dealt with cases spanning a number of industries, including banking, construction, manufacturing, transportation, retail, power and utilities, agriculture, and mining. His clients include large international and Russian companies and banks.

Recent expert witness projects led by Egor have included the following:

  • An expert witness report for the UK High Court on quantifying losses incurred by a one of the major Russian bank.
  • Assisting in preparing an expert witness report on quantifying the losses of a Russian company in relation to its investment in a CIS country. The report was filed with both the SCC and the ICSID.
  • Analysing the factors and circumstances that resulted in the bankruptcy of a commercial bank in Ukraine, including a quantification of damages, and identifying instances of fraud and other misconduct perpetrated by the bank’s employees and shareholders.
  • An expert report on quantifying the damages caused by the receiver of a bankrupt manufacturing plant to one of the plant’s shareholders. Work included determining contract breaches, quantifying damages, calculating potential penalties, and preparing an expert witness report to be submitted to the law enforcement authorities.
  • Acting as an expert witness related to damages incurred by one of the shareholders of a coal mine in a court in Cyprus. The damages were calculated based on a business valuation using discounted cash flows.
  • An expert witness report for a customer related to the poor quality of purchased goods. The report was to be used in court by the customer in his claim against a manufacturer for damages and the reimbursement of lost profits.
  • An expert witness report on potential damages caused by fraud and misconduct at a grain storage and processing facility. The report was used in a dispute between the shareholders of the company concerning the poor financial and operating results of the company.
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