Nik Zhukov

Nik-Zhukov | Client Engagements Manager

I joined Healy Consultants in April 2019 as a Client Relationship Officer. Before that, I was working as a senior auditor in PwC Singapore and Deloitte Moscow. I moved to Singapore from Ukraine to pursue higher studies and graduated from the National University of Singapore with a MSc in Project Management in July 2017. Now I am using my skills and my international experience to help my Clients find the most effective and high-quality solutions.

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(+65) 6735 0120

Mobile
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(+65) 9234 6101

My business goals

  • To start my own company which will promote green energy, recycling and ecological volunteering by 2025;
  • Significantly develop my presentation and communication skills;
  • Obtain experience of working with Clients from each country in the world;
  • Enhance my knowledge in Financial Modelling.

My daily work schedule

  • To find effective and suitable solutions for my Clients;
  • Performing market research in order to enhance the quality of Healy Consultants Group PLC’s deliverables;
  • Communicating with Clients to understand their needs and assist them in the best possible way.

The most interesting work I ever did

  • Performed inventory count of highly secured datacenters in Russia and Singapore;
  • Conducted research on license requirements for chemical transportation in South Korea.

The most rewarding work I ever did

Organized a Christmas fair for a home for people with intellectual disabilities in Singapore.

Pastimes

  • Playing electric guitar;
  • Tennis;
  • Exploring new countries and places

Business style

I love challenges as I believe that they help us grow professionally as well as personally. I am open to trying new and unusual options to maximize the efficiency of my solutions.

Languages I speak

Russian, English and Ukrainian.

A sample of my global business experience

  • Audited a large firm based in Germany;
  • Analyzed a possibility of removing a Client from the forex market blacklist in Indonesia.