Viktoriya Fomenko has been promoted to Partner at Integrites.
Fomenko joined the firm in 2017 as its Head of Tax & Customs (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on June 12, 2017). Prior to that she spent four years with Dentons (and a year and half before that at legacy Salans), four years at Beiten Burkhardt, and two years at PWC. She also spent six years as a Customs Officer in Ukraine.
In 2018, Fomenko advised on the sale of Kyiv Atlantic Group (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on September 3, 2018), on the Syvash Wind Power Project (as reported on September 14, 2018), and on a wind farm project in Ukraine's southern Kherson Oblast (as reported on October 30, 2018).
Integrites Managing Partner Oleksiy Feliv commented: "We are very happy that Viktoriya joined Integrites. Her promotion to the Partner was natural and expected. Through my whole legal career I have not met a stronger professional in tax and customs law than Viktoriya. I am sure that Viktoriya's promotion will contribute to the further development of the firm."
Fomenko expressed her pleasure as well. “Having previous working relationships with a part of Integrites team," she noted, "I was happy to reunite in 2017 and to take the lead of the practice. I am proud to become part of the Integrites partnership and grateful to the Integrites partners who supported and coached me as well as to my team.”