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.

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Banking and Finance
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    Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Master in Law, 2013
    Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Bachelor in Law, 2011