Marta Grigorieva is a qualified Russian lawyer and her practice focuses on corporate and financial transactions. Marta joined the Moscow office of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton in 2012. Her notable experience includes advising:
– Eurasian Resources Group in its $5.2 billion dual-track debt restructuring, a complex transaction involving parallel negotiations with VTB and Sberbank with bifurcated terms including different security /covenant packages, involving fifteen jurisdictions across four continents and twenty group companies acting as obligors;
– RUSAL in its $600 million debut Eurobond offering, with multiple operating company guarantees, listed on the Irish Stock Exchange;
– Rosneft in the $4.43 billion “going private” transaction of its subsidiary RN Holding (previously, TNK-BP Holding), the largest Russian “going private” transaction to date. Rosneft initially made a voluntary tender offer to acquire the 15.33% of RN Holding’s shares held by minority shareholders and then carried out a statutory squeeze-out under Russian law to buy out the 0.46% of shares held by minorities who had not accepted the voluntary offer;
– Rostelecom, in its establishment of a joint venture with the All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK), a Russian national media holding company. As a result of the deal, Rostelecom and VGTRK consolidated their nonterrestrial TV channels’ production and distribution business on the basis of JSC Digital Television, aiming to create a leading Russian producer of thematic pay-TV channels;
– CMCR Management Ltd in connection with 'de-offshorization' of its joint venture with Renova Assets Ltd in respect of the AKADO telecom business.
EducationMoscow State Institute of International Relations, Master in Law, 2013Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Bachelor in Law, 2011