Konsu was established in 1989 in Finland. The company started its Russian operations in 1993 and was a pioneer in supporting the operations of international companies in Russia and the CIS. Konsu expanded to Kazakhstan by opening an office in Almaty in 2022.

Since its inception, Konsu has focused on offering high-quality services providing incorporation and legal services, as well as accounting, tax, payroll, audit, and financial administration services.

The company was part of the largest provider of financial and HR services in Northern Europe for over ten years. Having held leading positions in the company, two Finnish individuals with extensive experience in the consulting industry acquired the company in April 2022. Following this change of ownership, the new owners together with the company’s management team decided to return to the original company name to bring to the fore the company’s long-standing history in supporting foreign companies in navigating the complexities around doing business in Russia, Kazakhstan and the CIS.

Today Konsu is one of the leading providers of accounting, tax, payroll, legal, audit and IT consulting services in Russia, Kazakhstan and the CIS. Konsu constantly works on developing the range of services it offers to its customers and actively invests in its staff some of whom have been working for the company for more than 25 years.

The company employs 200 professionals and has offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Pskov, Almaty and Helsinki.

Leading positions

Konsu is one of the leading consulting companies in Russia. We have been included in the following ratings of the rating agency Expert RA:

  • Top-10 in accounting outsourcing
  • Top-10 in payroll outsourcing
  • Top-15 in financial consulting
  • Top-15 in legal consulting

OUR NETWORK

Konsu provides support to its clients across Russia and Kazakhstan as well as the entire CIS by collaborating with leading firms in the following locations:

  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belarus
  • Georgia
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Moldova
  • Mongolia
  • Tajikistan
  • Turkmenistan
  • Uzbekistan