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CMS Rus­sia has ad­vised Ovoca Bio Plc on IVIX ac­quis­i­tion
Rus­sia ex­pands policies to im­prove its busi­ness cli­mate
Fur­ther to the Rus­si­an gov­ern­ment’s meas­ures to stream­line the pro­cess of re­gis­ter­ing a busi­ness in Rus­sia and im­prove cor­por­ate gov­ernance, the Min­istry of Eco­nom­ic De­vel­op­ment is­sued an or­der* that ap­proved 36 mod­el charters for lim­ited li­ab­il­ity com­pan­ies.
Do­ing Busi­ness in Rus­sia 2018
Amend­ments to the Rus­si­an Civil Code on fin­an­cial trans­ac­tions
On 1 June 2018, a Fed­er­al Law* (the “Law”), which sig­ni­fic­antly im­pacts the reg­u­la­tion of Rus­sia’s fin­an­cial sec­tor, came in­to force, and must be con­sidered when struc­tur­ing fin­an­cial trans­ac­tions.
Sergey Yuryev
The law on counter-sanc­tions now in force
High­er risk of li­ab­il­ity for ul­ti­mate be­ne­fi­cial own­ers of Rus­si­an...
The Rus­si­an Min­istry of Eco­nom­ic De­vel­op­ment has draf­ted amend­ments to the Civil Code of the Rus­si­an Fed­er­a­tion (the “Civil Code”). The amend­ments, which are now be­ing pre­pared for the Rus­si­an Par­lia­ment’s re­view, are aimed at chan­ging the li­ab­il­ity re­gime.
High­er risk of li­ab­il­ity for ul­ti­mate be­ne­fi­cial own­ers...
The bill to counter US sanc­tions passes State Duma’s second read­ing
On 17 May 2018, the State Duma (the Lower Cham­ber of the Rus­si­an Par­lia­ment) ad­op­ted the bill “On Meas­ures (Coun­ter­meas­ures) in Re­sponse to the Un­friendly Ac­tions of the USA and Oth­er States” (the “Bill”) in the second read­ing.
CMS Rus­sia re­cog­nised by Best Law­yers 2018
May 2017
CMS ad­vises Sberb­ank on the ac­quis­i­tion of a ma­jor­ity...
Fed­er­al Ser­vice for Fin­an­cial Mon­it­or­ing re­mind­er on...
CMS Rus­sia pro­motes Vladi­mir Zen­in to part­ner