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1 DOBROVOLCHYKH BATALIONIV ST, KYIV 01015, UKRAINE
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Integrites, Vyacheslav Korchev, Kiev, UKRAINE

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Vyacheslav Korchev

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Position

Senior Partner

Career

Mr. Korchev is the head of Dispute Resolution and International Arbitration practices, and Chair of the Board of Partners. He is Senior Partner from May 1, 2013. Prior to this, Mr. Korchev was Managing Partner at Integrites for over 7 years. Vyacheslav Korchev contributed to developing and enhancing the Integrites litigation and international arbitration practices starting from their introduction and all the way through their becoming one of the most developed practices in CIS states. Being the head of dispute resolution practice in representative offices of the Firm located in CIS states, Mr. Korchev is focused on dispute resolution in and outside the courts for banking and finance, agro-industrial, fuel and energy, and IT sectors, specializing in corporate disputes, investment, construction and commodity arbitration, lawsuits involving top management and state authorities. Apart from litigation and international arbitration practices, Mr. Korchev is a recognized expert in banking and finance law. In particular, he provides legal support in complex corporate transactions, high-profile investment projects, cross-border financial deals aimed at increasing efficiency of operational activities of financial institutions. Mr. Korchev’s clients include major national and international companies, and financial institutions: AMACO (American Machinery Company), Ardo S.A, Associated Press Television News, Astellas Pharma, Auchan, BBC Worldwide, Bloomberg, Coca-Cola Company, Credit Agricole, DHL, Dreamworks Animation, DuPont, EastOne, Eni, Erste Bank, Eurodisney, Euromoney, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, European Broadcasting Union, Eutelsat, ExecuJet Aviation Group, Fornetti Europa, Goodyear, Google, HBO Enterprises, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, Hochland, Honeywell, Interpipe Europe SA, JVC International (Europe), Keppel FELS, KWS, London Global Energy, National Westminster Bank, Nestle, Next Retail, OTP Bank, Piraeus Bank, Rabobank International, Roshen, Royal bank of Scotland, SC Johnson, Shell Neft, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Sports News Television, System Capital Management Group (SCM Group), Thomson Reuters, Toshiba, Vodafone, VTB, Zeppelin, ZTE Corporation.

Languages

English, Russian, Ukrainian


Ukraine

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

At Integrites, Vyacheslav Korchev heads the team and Olena Perepelynska, who has ‘a keen intellect’ and is ‘meticulous’, leads on arbitration. They represented Retail Group companies in a $308m litigation against Bank Forum and Kyiv Rus. ‘Strategic, knowledgeable and business-focused’ litigator Dmytro Marchukov and Serhii Uvarov recently joined from Avellum.

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