Mergers and Acquisitions

A Successful Deal Rests on Masterful Negotiation Skills and Keen Understanding of Industry Specifics

RussianLegal supports various M&A projects related to venture investments and IT industry, establishment of real-sector joint ventures (such as manufacturing and production companies), share redemptions by mandatory offer, and share capital transactions complicated by disagreements among shareholders and corporate conflicts.

We have extensive experience in carrying out due diligence for the benefit of purchasers to reveal significant risks related to target companies and internal audit for the benefit of sellers to minimise any corporate, IP, tax or other risks.

  • Carrying out due diligence in respect of various industrial production, construction, natural resource extraction, transportation and pharmaceutical projects
  •  Structuring international and Russian transactions with company shares
  •  Supporting purchase and sale transactions for the benefit of purchasers or sellers
  •  Collecting data, drafting contractual documents, and working with regulatory authorities when supporting transactions and disclosing information
  •  Providing comprehensive legal advice to issuers, sellers and shareholders on various matters of securities transactions
  •  Restructuring corporate management bodies, and establishing and causing to be approved various regulations and bylaws
  •  Supporting intragroup relocations of assets and companies
  • Counteracting hostile takeovers, corporate captures and business lockdowns


Recent News

19 January 2021

The Russian Legal team has successfully reduced the cadastral value of the land plot from 450 to 150 million rubles

RussianLegal Successfully Reduced the Cadastral Value of a Leased Land Plot to Accommodate a FMCG Warehousing Hub in Moscow from RUB 450m to RUB 150m


Recent News

16 December 2020

RussianLegal Got a Court to Refuse to Issue a Writ of Execution based on an Arbitration Award

RussianLegal Prevented an Attempt at Stripping Assets through fictitious arbitration proceedings