Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners

Corporate/M&A Department

Russia
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Overview

Type of work handled:

The firm manages a broad spectrum of corporate and commercial work including M&A, Securities & Finance, Taxation and Antitrust.

Examples of our recent work include advice given to:

  • EBRD in purchase shares in two Russian banks
  • Forum Properties in setting up a joint venture with the largest owner of office premises in Moscow, with combined assets exceeding USD 4 billion  
  • NefteTransService, a large Rusian crude  oil and oil products transportation company, in their purchase from OTEKO of a large oil transportation business
  • Russian Direct Investment Fund on shareholders agreement with Basic Element and Changi Airports International concerning the reconstruction and development of Vladivostok International Airport
  • Mangazeya Mining, a company listed in Canada, in the acquisition of the Ksenyevsky goldmine in Siberia, including advice on related corporate compliance and governance issues
  • Auchan on corporate restructuring of some of their Russian subsidiaries
  • Gerald Metals, one of the world's leading copper traders, in respect with setting up a joint venture aiming to develop a major copper deposit in Russia
  • Sistema regarding a joint venture in the technnology sphere 
  • Rosseti in respect of joint venture with State Grid Corporation of China

    Our other clients:

    A1, Global Payments, Halyk Bank, Jet Aviation, Lunding Mining, Newmont Mining, Nokia, Quelle, Rostelecom, R-Pharm, Segezha Pulp and Paper Mill, SIA International, SMYK, STADA, Tele2, UralVagonZavod, VTB Capital. 

    Members

    Motrich, Mikhail

    Zyuba, Alexander

    Clients

    A1

    Airbus

    Auchan

    EBRD

    Forum Properties

    FSK UES

    Gerald Metals

    IFC Metropol

    Mangazeya

    Nokia Solutions

    Opus

    Prodimex

    PTI

    Roscosmos

    Rosseti

    Russian Direct Investment Fund

    Sistema

    Tele2

    UralVagonZavod

    VTB Capital