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Arzinger & Partners’ group provides ‘sharp and valuable advice’, and is ‘highly committed to its clients’. Sergey Mashonsky advises on banking and investment matters, Dmitry Viltovsky handles capital markets matters, and Alexander Korsak is recommended for financings. Highlights included advising China Merchant’s Group on a credit facility of $120m provided by China Development Bank.

VMP Vlasova Mikhel & Partners’ recent highlights include acting for Alfa-Bank on a $190m syndicated loan facility to Belagroprombank and advising the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on its $50m financing of Belinvestbank. Tatiana Emelianova heads the practice.

The ‘reliable, authoritative and rapid’ team at ‘Aleinikov & Partners’ law firm is headed by Dmitry Matveyev, who recently acted for PromSvyazBank on the financing of the Mozyr oil refinery project. The group is noted for its loans expertise.

At Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners, managing partner Dennis Turovets has been advising the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development on senior loan facilities totalling €90m provided to the Belarusian subsidiary of Kronospan, and is also advising the client on a €26m financing for the construction of a railway vehicle manufacturing plant. Anna Rusetskaya is the other key figure in the practice, which has broad experience of financing work.

At REVERA, Dmitry Arkhipenko recently acted for the EBRD on providing a €5m credit facility to Mebelain. Uliana Karpekina is ‘involved, responsive and always on top of everything’.

Sorainen’s practice head Kiryl Apanasevich recently acted for the International Finance Corporation (IFC) on its €15m loan to the Alutech group of companies. Senior associate Ann Laevskaya has notable experience handling banking matters across Europe, Russia, China and the Middle East.

Stepanovski, Papakul and partners handles a mix of work for lenders and borrowers. Sviatlana Valuyeva is advising Scania Credit on international leasing projects in Belarus, which includes representing the client before various regulatory bodies.

Sysouev, Bondar, Khrapoutski provides ‘highly qualified legal help’ to its diverse client base and has ‘huge experience across a broad spectrum of successful projects’. Alexander Bondar and Alexandre Khrapoutski are the key figures, advising on bank restructuring, securities issuance and project financing, among other matters.

Borovtsov & Salei’s key figures are Alexander Botian, who is regarded as ‘a professional and experienced adviser’, and practice head Vassili Salei, who recently advised the IFC on a secured loan to a construction company.

Cobalt’s ‘high-quality’ team recently advised Silvan on securing a loan from the Belarusian branch of Alfa-Bank. Darya Zhuk heads the department.

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  • Formation of the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan

    Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan will adopt new unified customs tariff and non-tariff regulations from January 1, 2010, and the Customs Union (the “CU”) of the three countries of the Eurasian Economic Community (the “EurAsEC”) will become a reality. The CU Customs Code (the “Customs Code”) is expected to take effect from July 1, 2010 to regulate the resulting integral customs zone.
  • Belarus Amends its Investment Legislation

    On 6 August 2009, the President of the Republic of Belarus signed Decree No. 10 On the Creation of Additional Conditions for Investing in Belarus. An investment contract is one of the ways of investing in the Republic of Belarus and enables an investor to obtain State support for an investment project and a waiver of sovereign immunity from suits, cautionary judgments, and enforcement of judgments and/or arbitration awards. Decree No. 10 introduces a new procedure for entering into investment contracts. It allows investors to be granted preferences and privileges under investment contracts, in addition to those granted under existing legislation, and also regulates the privileges to be granted to investors automatically upon execution of investment contracts.
  • Belarus Trademark Law Amended

    On July 15, 2009 Belarus passed the Law on the Introduction of Amendments to the Law of Republic of Belarus on Trademarks and Service Marks, which comes into force on January 25, 2010. The rationale behind the amendments is to bring Belarusian law in line with European countries’ laws - to facilitate eventual accession of the country to the WTO, and also to reflect new developments in case law.

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