Solve administrative challenges when entering new markets with an interim General Director from SCHNEIDER GROUP.
Our interim management service helps companies expanding into or working within Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Poland, Russia and Uzbekistan navigate transitions smoothly and cost-effectively.
Entering new markets in Russia and the CIS requires a local General Director to establish a local entity, not just to sign paperwork but also to interact with state authorities. A foreign national needs to obtain a work permit to be entitled to work in Russia as a General Director. However, these permits can only be received when an entity has already been established. In addition, they require an official employment contract between the local entity and the employee. Our interim management services solve this problem appointing one of our local employees as your interim GD.
Interim management services are also often required by companies that need ‘back-up’ management but cannot justify hiring another full-time employee, are going through restructuring or liquidation, or are in an emergency situation, such as when travel restrictions prevent your GD from being physically present to carry out important administrative tasks.
We will appoint a trusted and highly-skilled interim GD with the necessary qualifications and experience to work in the region, offering you:
- Greater control and transparency
- Cost-effective and time-saving administration of subsidiaries
- Reliable information about local business activities
- Assurance that operations are in the interests of head office
We ensure your business is being managed effectively
SCHNEIDER GROUP focuses on who and what your business needs to successfully get through new challenges. Whether that involves opening a local subsidiary or steering the company through an emergency, one of our trusted, highly-skilled employees with experience in business and statutory requirements in Russia and CIS countries will assume the position of General Director for as long as your business needs assistance - temporarily, or in the long-term.
A risk assessment is the first step in the process. A candidate is then selected from our pool of suitable employees and presented to your head office for approval. If appointed, the new interim GD can be legally registered to represent your company and will act under the direction and authorisation of your head office. We can provide other C-level interim employees if needed, such as Head of Representative Office, Head of Branch, Liquidator, CFO and Chief Accountant.