What I can offer to our Clients
Nasiba is Russian qualified lawyer with 11+ years of legal experience. She specializes in Corporate and Competition Law and regulations with focus on cross-border M&A, joint venture transactions primarily, advising the clients in all aspects on reorganization, liquidation and insolvency matters; liaising with, instructing and co-ordinating off-shore counsel (Cyprus, BVI, Belize); conducting due diligence reviews and drafting full and limited-scope due diligence reports; establishment and operation of joint ventures, limited liability companies, branches and representatives of foreign companies in Russia and CIS; rendering on-going advice to clients in relation to various corporate issues. Her expertise covers antitrust and compliance work, with advising the leading Turkish construction companies on anti-monopoly matters related to prior-approvals by the FAS Russia of the proposed transaction on acquisition of shares.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Competition Law & Regulation
Real Estate Acquisition
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Law, Qualification "Specialist in Law", Moscow, Russia
Moscow State University, Faculty of World Economics, Qualification "Economist" (diploma with honors), Moscow, Russia
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Prior to joining KILIÇ & Partners, Nasiba worked with the leading international law firms in Moscow in particular, Salans LLP and Salans FMC SNR Dentons Europe, as well as in diplomatic representatives. Nasiba has provided legal advice in M&A transactions primarily in the corporate sector, Russian competition related matters to companies operating in construction sector in a wide range of transactions, including share or asset sales and acquisitions; drafting and negotiating a full range of transaction documents (governed by Russian law), including SPAs, SHAs, call and put options, loan and security documentation (e.g. pledges, mortgages, guarantees, assignments, set-off, etc.). With experience in Immigration Law supported foreign investors with local content quota requirements and obtaining hiring permits for employers to employ expatriate employees.
2010 - present
2010 - present