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Ekaterina Pedo

Tel:
Work +375 17 226 10 26
Email:
REVERA

Work Department

Corporate and M&A

Position

Head of the corporate procedures subpractice, attorney at law

Career

Practicing lawyer since 2010.
Taught the course unit Civil law and Housing law in the Law college of the Belarusian State University.
Associate of the Corporate practice of REVERA at present.  
Since 2012 - a member of the editorial board of journal “Jurist” (“Lawyer”) and the executive editor of "Bibliotechka zhurnala “Jurist”. Pravo. Biznes”.  (“Library of journal ”Lawyer”. Law. Business”).
The author of numerous legal articles for professional and business Mass Media. Speaker on legal seminars and forums.
Takes part in World Bank research "Doing Business".

Languages

English, Russian

Member

Minsk District Bar Association

Education

Graduated from the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University. 
Completed the training program “Finance” organized by the Institute of Business and Management of Technologies under the Belarusian State University.
License of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Belarus for attorney-at-law practices No.02240/2837 of December 2, 2016.


Belarus

Banking, finance and capital markets

Within: Banking, finance and capital markets

Revera’s team acted for Belarus National Biotechnological Corporation on obtaining a loan from the Export-Import Bank of China for an advanced agricultural recycling complex. Managing partner Dmitry Arkhipenko is ‘a very clear and charismatic leader’ and associate Anna Aniskevich is ‘very intelligent’. Ekaterina Pedo heads the corporate procedures sub-practice.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Next generation lawyers

Ekaterina Pedo - Revera

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Revera’s team handles ‘a constant flow of international deals’ and is led by ‘very diligent, business-minded lawyerHelen Mourashko. The team has expertise in IT M&A deals, and advised start-up Juno on its $200m acquisition by Gett. ‘Business expertEkaterina Pedo heads the corporate procedures sub-practice and Uliana Karpekina leads the IT law sub-group.

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    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.