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Alexandra is a corporate lawyer who specialises in advising clients on complex international mergers and acquisitions and joint venture transactions.
She represents clients in a variety of sectors including electricity, oil & gas and financial services, acting for commercial parties and development institutions in Europe, Russia and Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Alexandra has worked for international law firms in London and Almaty for over 13 years.
Advised in relation to the development of a field in eastern Kazakhstan, including the sale of an indirect interest in the field, financing of field development and construction of a cross border pipeline.
Represented the Bank on the £103 million sale of its UK retail subsidiary to a consortium of private investors and the €202.5 million sale of its Ukrainian subsidiary and associated debt to the Alfa Group.
Represented a Central European private equity fund in connection with a sell down of its interests in a major cybersecurity software business and a proposed investment in a regional pharmaceuticals distributor.
Advised in relation to disposals of power plants and distribution assets in Europe, Central Asia and Africa.
Advised a European development institution on its disposal of a tropical fruit processing business headquartered in Ecuador.
Who makes decisions about the development of Australia’s offshore oil & gas resources, and who pays to decommission end-of-life assets, have been high on the news agenda since the owner of the...