Future of your subsidiary in Russia and Belarus: Crisis scenarios and first experiences

27 April | 11:00 – 12:30 CET, 12:00 – 13:30 GMT+3 | Online-event
Registration is closed
Language: English

About the event

International companies with subsidiaries in Russia and Belarus continue to face numerous issues and challenges in finding the optimal strategy for their businesses in these two countries.
Our online-event is addressed to the decisionmakers both locally and in foreign headquarters assisting them to deal with the situation in practice and to provide more guidance and clarity. Our experienced legal advisors from the Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Minsk offices provide practical assistance on topical issues such as corporate restructuring, sale of businesses, obtaining regulatory approvals, dormant mode, liquidation and insolvency.

AGENDA

  • Business restructuring
  • Switching to dormant mode
  • Liquidation and insolvency
  • Sale of the company to a third party or to the local management
  • Current practice of obtaining governmental approvals for the sale of shares / assets

Registration is required.

If you have any questions regarding your subsidiary in Russia and Belarus, please contact our experts in Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Minsk (Belarus).

About speakers

Natalia Wilke
Partner, General Director, SCHNEIDER GROUP St. Petersburg
Natalia is SCHNEIDER GROUP Partner and General Director of the St. Petersburg office. She is a lawyer with more than 20 years of practical experience in legal consulting.

Natalia Wilke has provided comprehensive legal support for many major international investment projects in Russia in corporate and labor law issues, including structuring investments, drafting contractual documentation and advising on corporate issues related to establishing, maintaining, restructuring and closing Russian subsidiaries and joint ventures. Big international enterprises, medium-sized and family-run businesses benefit from Natalia’s legal advice.
Alexander Titov
Head of Corporate Law Practice, SCHNEIDER GROUP
Alexander joined the company in 2021. He has more than 25 years of professional experience and specializes in advising international companies on joint ventures, restructuring, M&A, and executive dispute resolution. 
Companies from a wide range of industries, such as machinery, engineering, automotive, pharma, chemicals, food, consumer goods, professional services, fashion and retail rely on Alexander’s expertise.
Sergey Odintsov
Head of Legal & Tax, SCHNEIDER GROUP Minsk
Sergey provides legal and tax advice to Belarusian and international businesses. He focuses on corporate and commercial law, taxation, business setup and restructuring, as well as investment projects and supports company clients in mergers and acquisitions.
Since 2006, Sergey has been collaborating with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the World Bank on the “Doing Business in...” project. Sergey has more than 15 years of professional experience.
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