Ernst & Young Adds Hedge Fund Tax Specialist

Aug 11 2010 | 7:58am ET

Ernst & Young has hired Dmitri Semenov as a partner in its financial services group, where he will focus on international tax issues for alternative investment firms. 

Semenov, who will be based in the New York City office, has approximately 12 years of experience structuring cross-border transactions for alternative investment funds and their management companies, as well as U.S. multinational groups. 

Semenov joins Ernst & Young from another Big Four firm, where he was a key member of their international tax services hedge fund practice. 

"We are very pleased to welcome Dmitri to Ernst & Young,” said Michael Serota, partner, Ernst & Young financial services and global hedge fund practice co-leader, tax.  “His deep knowledge and experience advising on international tax issues will complement our strong asset management tax practice.”


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