During her latest engagement with A&M Mrs. Tsaturova conducted an independent assessment of the financial situation and corporate governance procedures of the Russian subsidiary of IT company in favor of the parent company in the situation of international shareholder conflict.
In 2014 Mrs. Tsaturova was advising to the major Russian private transport holding in respect of building up direct sales to the final cargo holders (international and local retail/industrial products businesses) of intermodal transportation services from South-East Asia to Russia through the Russian Far Eastern port Vladivostok.
Most recently Mrs. Tsaturova was involved in structuring and coordination of a buy-out of the well-known Russian lingerie retailer. After the company’s acquisition by a new investor, Mrs. Tsaturova has been appointed an interim COO responsible for turnaround of the critical business functions – purchasing, production, retail, logistics and warehousing and support of the legal project of bankrupt procedures execution.
Prior to joining A&M, Mrs. Tsaturova was a partner with Ernst & Young CIS where she was leading advisory practice serving retail and consumer products companies. She built this practice from scratch and led a number of cross-country advisory engagements in Moscow, London and Hamburg for the leading private equity funds, including TPG Capital, Warburg Pincus, Baugur Group. Among her clients were OTTO Group, New Look, Hamleys, Leviev Group, Diageo, Fazer. She is specialized in strategic/market entry advisory and performance improvement.
Prior to Ernst & Young, Mrs. Tsaturova served as a deputy Head of Industrial products department and then a Vice-President, Head of Industrial products department of Promsvyazcapital where she was in charge of formalization of the Company’s investment strategy and supervision of portfolio companies, including strategic goal setting, organizational design, working capital management, budgeting and management accounting process improvement.
In late 1990s Mrs. Tsaturova was a banking auditor and a business consultant in Andersen and was involved in restructuring of the major Russian retail banks after the financial crisis of 1998.
Mrs. Tsaturova holds a bachelor degree in economics from Moscow State University, a Masters degree in Business Administration from Manchester Business School with a concentration in finance. She is a Certified Member of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). A Russian national, she is fluent in English and has a working knowledge of French.