Victoria graduated from the St. Petersburg branch of the Moscow Technological University as an engineer-economist and the St. Petersburg State University of Finance and Economics with a degree in Accounting and Auditing. Also she has an ACCA diploma in IFRS DipIFR (2007).
In Azbuka Vkusa she has been working as CFO since 2002, being engaged in fund raising, integration with respect to accounting processes, formulation and operation of the system of budgeting of the rapidly developing retail chain Azbuka Vkusa. Victoria repeatedly became a laureate of the rating TOP-1000 Russian managers in the category Financial Director. In 2013, Victoria Lubnina won the contest Business Women (established by Ernst & Young) in the category Master of Finance. In 2018 Victoria was among the best managers in the retail sector in the TOP RETAIL MANAGERS rating, which is held as part of a major industry conference Russian Retail Week.
Philip, who leads Oliver Wyman’s office in Moscow, brings to his role a unique set of credentials and interests: after Cambridge, he studied philosophy and theology in London and Rome. His subsequent business career began in banking in the UK and brought him ultimately to Russia. Philip has worked on several post-merger bank integrations in Central Europe, and has devised strategy for organizations as diverse as telecommunication companies, retail companies, payments providers, and even a major East European football club. “The projects that have meant the most to me have been those where a significant change in strategy was required, leading to a transformation challenge”