On the move: Anna Pushkaryova, Lavrynovych & Partners

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Aug. 2, 2012, 10:40 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

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Anna Pushkaryova was appointed as Senior Associate at Lavrynovych & Partners Law Firm.

In her new role she will be responsible for the transactional and other legal work in the sphere of banking and finance law.

Ms. Pushkaryova has over 7 years of experience of providing legal support to foreign and domestic clients.

Prior to joining Lavrynovych & Partners Anna had been working as Associate with Kyiv office of Baker & McKenzie and Ukrainian law firms, her experience includes the representation of clients` interests in a wide range of banking and finance transactions including those related to merger and acquisition of banks and financial institutions, retail banking and various types of credit facilities; consulting international payment systems and systems of money remittance on various legal issues of operation of such systems in Ukraine; advising a number of Ukrainian commercial banks on restructuring of distressed assets; advising Ukrainian and international clients on matters related to shareholding restructuring, equity investment, foreign investments, currency control etc.

She provided legal support to top Ukrainian banks, including banks with foreign capital, other Ukrainian corporate clients and foreign investors in large banking and finance projects.

Anna Pushkaryova holds a Master's in law degree from the Kyiv Shevchenko University and is a licensed attorney of Ukraine since 2007. She is fluent in Ukrainian, Russian and English.

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