Mr Anton Aleksandrov > Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners > Moscow, Russia > Lawyer Profile
Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners Offices
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Mr Anton Aleksandrov
Anton is managing partner of MZS.
Dispute resolution forms the core of Anton’s practice with a primary focus on complex and particularly challenging litigation. Also Anton leads most of the firm’s insolvency cases. In the past few years Anton has been heavily involved in cases related to debt recovery under credit arrangements, contracts for works and leases, receiving instructions from major banks and investment funds, represented clients in a number of corporate conflicts.
Anton’s recent experience includes advice to:
- Bank Yugra in challenging banking license revocation orders by the Russian Central Bank and in insolvency proceedings
- Prodimex, the largest Russian sugar producer, in insolvency proceedings of Ivolga-Center and Sakhar Zolotukhino
- Ruspetro, a private Russian oil company, on a dispute with their contractor, Schlumberger
Other Anton’s significant clients are A1, SIBUR-Holding, Halyk Bank, UralVagonZavod.
Joined Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners as associate in 2004 and became firm’s partner in 2009.
Moscow Bar Association
Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
Russia > Restructuring and insolvencyWithin: Leading individuals -
Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners’ team of ‘talented, client-oriented and responsible lawyers’ has a strong track record in bankruptcy proceedings. In recent work, lead insolvency partner Anton Aleksandrov, who is lauded for ‘his profound knowledge of Russian procedure and thoughtful legal tactics in the courtroom‘ is representing Prodimex, the largest Russian sugar producer, in insolvency proceedings of Ivolga-Center and Sakhar Zolotukhino. He is also acting for Yugra Bank in challenging banking license revocation orders by the Russian Central Bank and the public announcement of its bankruptcy. In other key matters, Kirill Udovichenko is defending the O1 Group in a claim filed by Bank Otkritie regarding invalidation of transactions valued at RUR35bn, as part of the bank’s insolvency and restructuring procedures.
Russia > White-collar crime
Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners has an impressive track record in defending corporations and senior executives in proceedings concerning tax evasion, fraud and embezzlement among others. Litigation specialist Yuri Monastyrsky is currently defending clients against allegations of embezzlement. Dmitry Lovyrev acts for international corporations and private individuals in complex cross-border proceedings, as does Anton Aleksandrov.
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