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Volodymyr Monastyrskyy

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Competition and Antitrust; Corporate; Employment and Labor; Immigration; Pensions, Benefits and Executive Compensation; Real Estate

Position

Volodymyr Monastyrskyy is a partner in Dentons' Kyiv office and a member of Dentons’ global corporate, real estate, antitrust, employment, energy, infrastructure, and life sciences groups. He has a vast experience in international and local M&A transactions, setting up joint ventures, development of real estate, infrastructure, and energy projects, agribusiness, pharmaceuticals, commercial and trade, financing, taxation and operation of financial institutions. Volodymyr also heads the firm’s employment practice in Ukraine. Volodymyr also holds a post-graduate certificate in business administration from Edinburg Business School (Heriot-Watt University) and is IPMA Level B Certified Senior Project Manager (certification UPMA.B.01.00075, valid until 29 August 2021).

Career

Partner - Dentons (formerly Salans), Kyiv (2008 to date); Associate - Salans, Kyiv (1996-2007)

Languages

English, Russian, Ukrainian

Member

IPMA Level B Certified Senior Project Manager (valid until 2021), International Project Management Association; Advanced International Training Program in Strategic Business Management, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), 2009

Education

Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University (2017, MBA); IBR Institute of International Business Relations (2010, Financial Management for Non Financial Managers Certificate); Advanced International Training Program in Strategic Management (2009, Cerfiticate); University of Kyiv, National Taras Shevchenko (1999, Law Degree); Inter-Regional Academy for Personnel Management (1996, degree in Accounting and Finance Management); Kyiv State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages, 1993


Ukraine

Competition

Within: Competition

The team at Dentons 'has no weaknesses', according to one client. Volodymyr Monastyrskyy advised CUB Energy on matters arising from its investment in solar power projects, and assisted Henkel with competition law compliance. Senior associate Oksana Franko, who was a recent hire from Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners, is 'very supportive'.

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Employment

Within: Employment

Dentons stands out for its 'great responsiveness, excellent knowledge of the law, and outstanding analytical and strategic skills'. Volodymyr Monastyrskyy's group handles litigation, investigations, executive compensation, cross-border acquisitions and complex HR projects. He assisted JoinUP! with its corporate restructuring.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Markian Silecky and Volodymyr Monastyrskyy lead the practice at Dentons following Myron Rabij's move to McCarter & English, LLP in New York. Adam Mycyk, who assisted DTEK Renewables with the construction of a solar power plant in Nikopol, also plays a key role in the practice.

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