Kristina Kriščiūnaitė has been appointed to lead the PwC office in Belarus

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Kristina KriščiūnaitėPwC Belarus, Minsk - July 1, 2013.
Kristina Kriščiūnaitė has been appointed to lead the PwC office in Belarus with effect from 1 July 2013. She will combine the role of the Country Managing Partner both in Lithuania and Belarus.

Kristina joined the PwC firm in Lithuania in 1996. She started her career as a consultant of Tax and Legal Services and acquired extensive expertise in dealing with international projects. Kristina has been successfully leading Tax and Legal Services in Lithuania since 2004. With effect from 2008 she has been appointed as a PwC partner. In this position she focuses on the development of services and works directly with tax structuring and optimization projects for the major local and international companies operating in finance, telecommunication, real estate, industry, pharmacy and other sectors.

Kristina Kriščiūnaitė commented on her appointment:

“I look forward to working with PwC-Belarus team and contributing to further development of our Belarus practice. Our Lithuanian and Belarus offices have been cooperating closely since establishing of our office in Minsk and it is a natural move to keep us close together.
I am excited about my new role and the prospects we have together as a team.”

Kristina graduated from Vilnius University as a qualified lawyer with Master‘s Degree, and from International Business School as a qualified specialist of economy. She speaks Lithuanian, Russian and English.