About the event
Join us on the 1st of July for a deep-dive into the legal framework affecting every-day business-operations in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Uzbekistan: recent legislative changes introduced in Russia & Belarus in the response to sanctions, legally-compliant options for maintaining activities on the market and opportunities of the neighboring jurisdictions, such as Armenia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
- What is a management buy-out (MBO)?
- Lean transaction
- Due diligence for the Russian subsidiary
- Sellers’ option for the re-purchase of shares
- Timeframe to execute an MBO
- Support agreements
Speakers: Natalia Wilke, Alex Stolarsky, Thomas Mundry
Suspending and terminating agreements
- Force majeure according to Russian legislation. Practical court-cases
- Suspension or termination for cause or convenience
- Arbitration with sanctioned counterparties
- What to consider in new agreements
Speakers: Ekaterina Kalinina, Evgeniya SinanovaSpecial: interactive quiz on force majeure with nice giveaways for the winner
Currency restrictions. Current status
- Mandatory sale of foreign currency cancelled. What now?
- Distribution of profit and dividends
- Purchase and transfer abroad of foreign currency by non-residents
- Payments for business travel
- Special account types (“O”. “C”)
- Advance payments for various agreements
Speakers: Alexander Titov, Elena Nazarova
Business opportunities in selected CIS jurisdictions (Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan)
- Overall business environment
- Company registration process and timelines
- Staff relocation
- Taxes and incentives
Speakers: Yeva Voskanyan (Armenia), Azamat Gumarov (Kazakhstan), Nodir Ayupov(Uzbekistan), Natalia Shulzhenko, Sergey Odintsov (Belarus)
Country break our lunch sessions – Armenia, Belarus and Uzbekistan (only onsite)
Country Break out lunch session
- Belarus – New reality for business, Sergey Odintsov
- Armenia – IT and staff relocation opportunities, Yeva Voskanyan
- Uzbekistan – The central Asian tiger, Nodir Ayupov
- Investment opportunities
- Legal environment, company registrations and tax regime
- Staff relocations
- Your questions
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