Ms Evgenia Laurson > Dentons > Moscow, Russia > Lawyer Profile

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7 Lesnaya Street
125196 Moscow
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Work Department

Global Banking & Finance and Energy Practices


Evgenia Laurson is a partner in Dentons’ London and Moscow offices and a member of the Global Banking & Finance and Energy Practices. She focuses on energy, infrastructure and finance transactions.

Evgenia’s experience and reputation have attracted major domestic and international banks and corporations seeking assistance with complex, cross-border financing transactions. She has unique experience and market recognition, particularly with respect to project financings in Russia and the CIS region.

Evgenia’s significant transactional experience makes her particularly adept at developing and negotiating intricately structured cross-border deals. 

Evgenia’s innovative transactional approach has contributed to the successful completion of a number of pioneering deals, such as the award-winning €750 million financing of a PVC plant in Kstovo, Nizhny Novgorod, that was hailed by Trade Finance Magazine as having established a new “Russian project finance template.”  


Partner – Dentons, Moscow (September 2015 to date); Partner – White & Case, London and Moscow (2008-2015); Associate – White & Case, London (2004-2008)


Russian, English


College of Law of England and Wales, LPC, 2002
College of Law of England and Wales, Diploma in Law, 2000
London School of Economics and Political Science, LLM, 1998
Moscow State Law Academy, Diploma in Law, 1995

Lawyer Rankings

Russia > Banking and finance: Borrower side

Dentons’ banking practice has benefited from the recruitment of cross-border finance specialist Tamer Amara, who joined from Clifford Chance in July 2018. The team is led by the dual-qualified Timothy Stubbs, who counts European Investment Bank, VTB Capital and Rosgosstrakh as clients. Evgenia Laurson advises on project finance and pre-export facilities, while Andrej Strijak and counsel Dennis Montgomery are experienced in acquisition and export finance. Highlights included advising Eurochem on a $750m five-year unsecured club financing with a group of banks, including mandated lead arrangers BNP Paribas Bank and Citibank (London branch), and assisting Raven Russia with a $65m secured loan facility for the refinancing of a warehouse complex near Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg.

Russia > Banking and finance: Lender or arranger side

Dentons‘ ‘market-leading’ practice continues to be at the forefront of financing transactions across Russia and the CIS regions owing to its expertise in finance regulation, project financings and acquisition and export finance. Following the firm’s merger with Chinese firm, Dacheng, the Moscow practice is also uniquely positioned to handle various cross-border Chinese-CIS deals. Notable highlights include acting for UniCredit Bank on the financing of Nordgold group under a $75m facility agreement. Regulatory expert Timothy Stubbs advised The Central Bank of Russia on the drafting and development of consumer rights protection standards concerning the self-regulatory organisations of microfinance institutions. Other key figures include Evgenia Laurson and Andrei Strijak.

London > Projects, energy and natural resources > Mining and minerals

At Dentons, the mining offering covers corporate and M&A matters including share and business transactions, fund matters and equity capital markets under the leadership of Neil Nicholson. Other key names include Will Gunston  and Evgenia Laurson, who focus on insolvency and restructuring and project financing matters respectively.