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Bonds, Loans & Derivatives Russia & CIS 2021

Russia & CIS' largest capital markets event

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Sep 28, 2021 at 9:00am (Europe/London)

Gold Sponsor

Gazprombank

Gold Sponsor

Credit Bank of Moscow

Gold Sponsor

Raiffeisen Bank

Gold Sponsor

Sovcombank

Silver Sponsor

Crédit Agricole CIB

Silver Sponsor

Herbert Smith Freehills CIS LLP

Silver Sponsor

Mashreq

Bronze Sponsor

Alfa Bank

Bronze Sponsor

Allen & Overy

Bronze Sponsor

Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon)

Bronze Sponsor

ING

Bronze Sponsor

Latham & Watkins

Bronze Sponsor

Morgan Lewis

Bronze Sponsor

Rosbank

Bronze Sponsor

S&P Global Ratings

Bronze Sponsor

Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse)

Corporate Sponsor

Delo Group

Corporate Sponsor

Gazprom Neft

Corporate Sponsor

GV Gold

Corporate Sponsor

MMK

Corporate Sponsor

Metalloinvest

Corporate Sponsor

Nordgold

Corporate Sponsor

Segezha Group

Corporate Sponsor

Severstal

Corporate Sponsor

Slavneft

Corporate Sponsor

Tatneft

Corporate Sponsor

TMK

Supporting Partner

CCI France Russie (Franco-Russian Chamber of Commerce)

Supporting Partner

Russian Association of Corporate Treasurers

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THE ONLINE LIVESTREAM OF THE PHYISCAL CONFERENCE IS TAKING PLACE ABOVE ON TUESDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER 2021


400+ Attendees | 40+ Expert Speakers | 250+ Sovereign, Corporate & FI Borrowers
95% Director-Level or Above | 13+ Countries


This is Russia & CIS' largest capital markets event, and your best opportunity to grow your business in this space. The in-person event will bring together over 400 leading government officials, regulators, investors, bankers and corporates and feature over 40 expert speakers.

THE ONLY EVENT TO:

  1. Gain practical insights into the latest Russia & CIS bond and loan market developments with expert-led panel discussions
  2. Understand the key macro-outlook for Russia and key CIS economies to help move your business forward in 2021/22
  3. Bring investors together with Russia and CIS issuers to define and analyse the roadmap for raising local capital in 2021/22
  4. Connect recent issuers with Russian financial institutions and government bodies to understand financing needs and identify new business opportunities

Livestream Agenda

Chairperson’s opening remarks

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 6:55am (Europe/London)

Opening keynote address: How the government plan to navigate Russia back to growth post-COVID19

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 7:00am (Europe/London)

  • Fiscal policy and stimulating growth: A glimpse of life after COVID
  • Public finances, ratings and accessing capital markets: How much capital? Where will it be raised?
  • Interest rates and countering inflation: Carefully managing a return to growth without overheating the economy

COVID recovery, monetary policy and geopolitics: What is the macro view of Russia over the next 12-18 months?

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 7:25am (Europe/London)

  • What is the economic outlook post-COVID for Russia?
  • Are higher interest rates and inflation on their way? How will this impact Russia’s economic performance coming out of COVID?
  • Commodities and oil price: Where will oil prices stabilise in 2021-22? How will the new equilibrium price impact Russia’s economic outlook?
  • Russia, CIS, and Emerging Markets: What are the geopolitical and esoteric risks that investors are keeping a close eye on?

Bonds vs. loans: Corporate finance and capital markets in a post-COVID world

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 7:50am (Europe/London)

  • Bonds vs. loans, USD vs. EUR vs. RUB: Where can corporates access competitively priced capital? What price and on what terms?
  • Fixed rate vs floating rate: How do the benefits and drawbacks of each stack up? What are the key risks for issuers to consider?
  • Structures and strategy: (How) Are Russian corporates hedging interest rate and FX risk?
  • How can Russian corporates look outwards to access different pockets of liquidity?

Moderator

Dmitriy Muz

Dmitriy Muz

Director of Corporate Finance and Investor Relations

PSC VSMPO-AVISMA Corporation

Dmitriy Muz

Dmitriy Muz

Director of Corporate Finance and Investor Relations at PSC VSMPO-AVISMA Corporation

  • 10 years of experience in the largest banks and over 7 years experience in the field of corporate finance management
  • From 2002 to 2012 he worked in large Russian and international banks (Bank of Moscow, MDM-Bank, UniCredit Bank, Nordea Bank)
  • From 2012 to 2020, he ran the corporate finance and investor relations divisions of Uralkali and ChelPipe
  • Since 2020, he has been the Director of Corporate Finance and Investor Relations

PSC VSMPO-AVISMA Corporation

Speakers

Eugenia Onuschenko

Eugenia Onuschenko

Director, Corporate Finance

Polymetal International

Eugenia Onuschenko

Eugenia Onuschenko

Director, Corporate Finance at Polymetal International

Joined Polymetal in 2008 as Head of the Bank Financing department and later served as the Head of Corporate Finance and Investor Relations. Prior to joining Polymetal, held several roles at Ernst & Young in transaction advisory services. Career focus on corporate and project finance, capital markets and investor relations.

Graduate of St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance. Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management from Grenoble University Pierre-Mendes, France.

Polymetal is a top-10 global gold producer and top-5 global silver producer with assets in Russia and Kazakhstan. The Company combines strong growth with a robust dividend yield. Polymetal supports the UN Global Compact, EITI, CDP, Cyanide Code and Global Reporting Initiative. The Company is a constituent of Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes, FTSE4Good and was ranked 1st among 60 precious metals companies by Sustainalytics.

Polymetal has been using sustainability-linked financing instruments since 2018 and was the first company in the Russian metals and mining industry to sign the green loan in 2020.

Polymetal International

David Matlock

David Matlock

Head of Debt Capital Markets

Alfa Bank

David Matlock

David Matlock

Head of Debt Capital Markets at Alfa Bank

Alfa Bank

David Matlock
Ilya Dulin

Ilya Dulin

Executive Director, Capital Markets Corporate Salesr

Raiffeisen Bank

Ilya Dulin

Ilya Dulin

Executive Director, Capital Markets Corporate Salesr at Raiffeisen Bank

Raiffeisen Bank

Ilya Dulin

Raiffeisenbank is a subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank International AG. Raiffeisenbank is one of the most reliable Russian banks, which creates financial solutions for private and corporate clients, residents and non-residents of the Russian Federation. According to

Interfax-CEA, Raiffeisen Bank ranks 10th in terms of assets for 9 months of 2020, 7th in terms of funds of individuals and 12th in terms of loans to individuals. Forbes magazine acknowledged Raiffeisenbank as the most reliable and the best bank in Russia in 2020.

Raiffeisen Bank International AG is the leading corporate and investment Bank in the financial markets of Austria and Central and Eastern Europe. In Central and Eastern Europe, Raiffeisen Bank International is represented in 13 markets and provides a wide range of financial services, including leasing, asset management and m&a support. Over 46,000 employees serve 16.8 mn customers in around 2,000 locations, most of which are located in Central and Eastern Europe. Raiffeisen Bank International shares are listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange.

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Ilia Eremin

Ilia Eremin

Director, FX Flow, Rates and Derivatives Sales

Crédit Agricole CIB

Ilia Eremin

Ilia Eremin

Director, FX Flow, Rates and Derivatives Sales at Crédit Agricole CIB

Crédit Agricole CIB

Ilia Eremin
Chiradeep Deb

Chiradeep Deb

Managing Director, Global Head of Investment Banking

Mashreq

Chiradeep Deb

Chiradeep Deb

Managing Director, Global Head of Investment Banking at Mashreq

Mashreq

Chiradeep Deb

One of the UAE’s best performing banks for five decades, Mashreq is a leading financial institution with an expanding footprint across the Middle East. We have international offices in Europe, Asia, Africa and the US, and a strong presence in the financial capitals of the world.

As the oldest bank in the UAE, our journey can be traced back to humble beginnings in 1967, followed by periods of rapid growth and strategic expansion. Throughout our history, Mashreq has differentiated itself by pioneering new-to-market concepts and launching unique products and services.

Our innovative approach sets us truly apart, it also continues to win us numerous awards and accolades across all fields including digital banking, the most recent were: Middle East Best Digital Bank by Euromoney Regional Awards for Excellence, the Most Innovative Consumer/Corporate Digital Bank in the UAE and Best Bank in the UAE by World's Best Bank Awards by Global Finance, Most Innovative Bank in the Middle East by EMEA Finance and many others.

LinkedIn URL - https://www.linkedin.com/company/mashreq-corporate-and-investment-banking-group

Kirill Zarezov

Kirill Zarezov

Head of Fixed Income Sales

Credit Bank of Moscow

Kirill Zarezov

Kirill Zarezov

Head of Fixed Income Sales at Credit Bank of Moscow

Credit Bank of Moscow

Kirill Zarezov

Underwriting and distributing Russian syndicated loans: Who is lending and who is buying?

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 8:45am (Europe/London)

  • Market landscape update: Who is lending? Who is borrowing? On what price and on what terms?
  • Change is a coming but what is the impact: How does a transition away from LIBOR impact borrowers and lenders?
  • Syndicated loans and ESG: Is there sufficient benefit to borrowers for ESG to become a driver of loan growth?
  • How is ESG and sustainable finance being incorporated into loan desks?
  • Classic syndication vs. club deals: Is the market turning away from the underwrite-to-distribute model?

Speaker

Anton Kukoba

Anton Kukoba

Head of Syndicated Lending & Structuring

Raiffeisen Bank

Anton Kukoba

Anton Kukoba

Head of Syndicated Lending & Structuring at Raiffeisen Bank

Anton joined syndication team of AO Raiffeisenbank in 2010. Anton previously worked in Absolut Bank (former KBC Group), where he started his career in trade finance (ECA-covered deals mainly) and was further involved in fund-raising for the bank on local and international markets (Eurobond and STN issues, subordinated and syndicated loans, special purpose financing).

During the last years Anton has been engaged in originating, structuring and coordinating diverse deals (syndicated and club loan facilities, mezzanine financing, restructuring facilities) for the bank’s clients (corporates, banks and FIs) under English and Russian law.

Anton has extensive experience in international banking business over 10 years. His thick track- record of deals comprises among other such benchmark transactions as syndicated loans for top-tier Russian corporate borrowers and FIs (Gazpromneft, Uralkali, Acron, RCC, Renova, Interros, Sistema, ILIM, ChelPipe, Russian Standard Bank, Credit Europe Bank, Zenit, etc.) and restructurings for GAZ Group, Tractor Plants, UTair.

Anton received his PhD in economics degree in the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation.

Raiffeisen Bank

Anton Kukoba

Raiffeisenbank is a subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank International AG. Raiffeisenbank is one of the most reliable Russian banks, which creates financial solutions for private and corporate clients, residents and non-residents of the Russian Federation. According to

Interfax-CEA, Raiffeisen Bank ranks 10th in terms of assets for 9 months of 2020, 7th in terms of funds of individuals and 12th in terms of loans to individuals. Forbes magazine acknowledged Raiffeisenbank as the most reliable and the best bank in Russia in 2020.

Raiffeisen Bank International AG is the leading corporate and investment Bank in the financial markets of Austria and Central and Eastern Europe. In Central and Eastern Europe, Raiffeisen Bank International is represented in 13 markets and provides a wide range of financial services, including leasing, asset management and m&a support. Over 46,000 employees serve 16.8 mn customers in around 2,000 locations, most of which are located in Central and Eastern Europe. Raiffeisen Bank International shares are listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange.

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Coffee and networking rus

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 9:30am (Europe/London)

Pre-payment finance vs. traditional trade and export financing: How have structures changed post-pandemic?

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 10:00am (Europe/London)

  • What is the role of commodity trading houses? Is there any space left for the banks in the commodity financing sector?
  • How did the pandemic alter the structure of these deals? What has the impact been of this change?

Moderator

Grigory Marinichev

Grigory Marinichev

Grigory Marinichev

Partner at Morgan Lewis

Grigory Marinichev represents international lenders and borrowers in structured finance, syndicated lending, debt restructuring transactions, and insolvency issues. Grigory advises clients in the metals, mining, telecommunications, oil and gas, and power generation industries on a range of financial transactions—from syndicated and bilateral credit facilities, refinancing, and bond issues, to export financing, loans, and loan restructurings. He also represents and advises project sponsors, export credit agencies, and multilateral financial institutions.

Morgan Lewis

Grigory Marinichev

Speakers

Natalia Bakhova

Natalia Bakhova

Head of Trade Finance Department

Credit Bank of Moscow

Natalia Bakhova

Natalia Bakhova

Head of Trade Finance Department at Credit Bank of Moscow

Credit Bank of Moscow

Natalia Bakhova
Badia Taleb-Nehlil

Badia Taleb-Nehlil

Executive Director, Structured Commodity Finance

Crédit Agricole CIB

Badia Taleb-Nehlil

Badia Taleb-Nehlil

Executive Director, Structured Commodity Finance at Crédit Agricole CIB

Crédit Agricole CIB

Badia Taleb-Nehlil
Vasily Storoguk

Vasily Storoguk

Vasily Storoguk

Chief Financial Officer at Ural Mining & Metallurgical Company

Ural Mining & Metallurgical Company

Sergey Baguzin

Sergey Baguzin

Chief Operating Officer

Treolan

Sergey Baguzin

Sergey Baguzin

Chief Operating Officer at Treolan

Treolan

Why, how and what: Breaking down the transition and adoption of ESG principles in Russia

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 10:45am (Europe/London)

  • Understanding the ‘need’ to transition: What is the upside for Russian corporates who decide to embark on the ESG journey?
  • How are companies, particularly those in extraction industries, preparing themselves for the shift to sustainability, and adopting ESG into their wider business strategies?
  • What are the key factors investors are looking for?
  • Unwrapping the new sustainable finance products available, and understanding the role FIs and DFIs are playing in this growing market.
  • What opportunities will state-developed ESG standards bring and how will they impact the market? What can issuers expect from this?

Speakers

Denis Rozhok

Denis Rozhok

Director, Debt Finance

SIBUR

Denis Rozhok

Denis Rozhok

Director, Debt Finance at SIBUR

SIBUR

Alexander Griaznov

Alexander Griaznov

Director, Corporate Ratings

S&P Global Ratings

Alexander Griaznov

Alexander Griaznov

Director, Corporate Ratings at S&P Global Ratings

S&P Global Ratings

Alexander Griaznov
Edward Kempson

Edward Kempson

Counsel, Global Coordinator of the Sustainable Finance Practice

Latham & Watkins

Edward Kempson

Edward Kempson

Counsel, Global Coordinator of the Sustainable Finance Practice at Latham & Watkins

Latham & Watkins

Edward Kempson
Alexey Ievlev

Alexey Ievlev

Corporate Banking Director

Rosbank

Alexey Ievlev

Alexey Ievlev

Corporate Banking Director at Rosbank

Rosbank

Alexey Ievlev
Ksenia Kuznetsova

Ksenia Kuznetsova

Executive Director

Gazprombank

Ksenia Kuznetsova

Ksenia Kuznetsova

Executive Director at Gazprombank

Gazprombank

Ksenia Kuznetsova
Dmitry Aksakov

Dmitry Aksakov

Vice President for ESG

VEB.RF

Dmitry Aksakov

Dmitry Aksakov

Vice President for ESG at VEB.RF

VEB.RF

Dmitry Aksakov
Ilya Krasnov

Ilya Krasnov

Head of Corporate Finance

Metalloinvest

Ilya Krasnov

Ilya Krasnov

Head of Corporate Finance at Metalloinvest

Metalloinvest

Ilya Krasnov

Keynote address: Deepening and liquidifying the markets: Spotlight on Uzbekistan’s burgeoning bond market

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 11:30am (Europe/London)

  • What strategies are being implemented to attract increased foreign capital into the country?
  • What are the key challenges and prospects of the corporate bond market in Uzbekistan? What does this journey look like over the next 12-24 months, and what can we expect?

Networking Lunch

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 11:55am (Europe/London)

Lenders taking borrower equity stakes in financing transactions: What is the right balance between lender and borrower interests? What are the risks? Why should it be done?

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 13:15pm (Europe/London)

  • Why has the market seen an increase in the number of transactions with lenders exercising corporate control elements?
  • What options are available to both lenders and borrowers to introduce corporate control elements to financing transactions?
  • How to address the risks of personal and corporate liability?

Speaker

Artjom Buligin

Artjom Buligin

Artjom Buligin

Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills CIS LLP

Artjom is a Russian-qualified lawyer and the head of the banking and finance practice at Herbert Smith Freehills Moscow office. With 15 years of on-the-ground experience in Russia, Artjom has developed deep knowledge of the local market and has been involved in a significant number of complex projects for many Russian and international banks as well as major corporate clients.

His practice focuses on corporate finance in all industry sectors, restructuring and insolvency, project finance, real estate finance, bank regulatory and on financing aspects of M&A transactions. In recent years Artjom has worked extensively with dispute resolution partners to develop cross-border restructuring and debt enforcement and recovery practice, using a combination of transactional and contentious approaches.

Artjom's clients describe him as a “constructive negotiator," who offers clients "good commercial understanding”.

Herbert Smith Freehills CIS LLP

Artjom Buligin

Eurobonds vs. RUB bonds: How are debut issuers and emerging corporate issuers weighing up the pros and cons of local, regional and international markets?

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 13:45pm (Europe/London)

  • Analysing where and how debut issuers and emerging corporate issuers can raise competitively priced debt
  • Size, volume and pricing: How liquid are the Rouble markets? Who can issue in Roubles?
  • Eurobond vs. RUB: How are issuers from CIS assessing which market to issue in?
  • What is driving issuance into RUB markets from issuers in the CIS?

Moderator

Alexander Bulgakov

Alexander Bulgakov

Executive Director, Debt Capital Markets

Raiffeisen Bank

Alexander Bulgakov

Alexander Bulgakov

Executive Director, Debt Capital Markets at Raiffeisen Bank

Raiffeisen Bank

Alexander Bulgakov

Raiffeisenbank is a subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank International AG. Raiffeisenbank is one of the most reliable Russian banks, which creates financial solutions for private and corporate clients, residents and non-residents of the Russian Federation. According to

Interfax-CEA, Raiffeisen Bank ranks 10th in terms of assets for 9 months of 2020, 7th in terms of funds of individuals and 12th in terms of loans to individuals. Forbes magazine acknowledged Raiffeisenbank as the most reliable and the best bank in Russia in 2020.

Raiffeisen Bank International AG is the leading corporate and investment Bank in the financial markets of Austria and Central and Eastern Europe. In Central and Eastern Europe, Raiffeisen Bank International is represented in 13 markets and provides a wide range of financial services, including leasing, asset management and m&a support. Over 46,000 employees serve 16.8 mn customers in around 2,000 locations, most of which are located in Central and Eastern Europe. Raiffeisen Bank International shares are listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange.

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Speakers

Ravil Yusipov

Ravil Yusipov

Deputy Chief Executive Officer

TransFinGroup

Ravil Yusipov

Ravil Yusipov

Deputy Chief Executive Officer at TransFinGroup

Chief Investment Officer (Deputy CEO). Have experience in Russian stock market for more than 15 years, in TFG AM since 2006. Main focus - FI, PPP, ABS/RMBS, Structured notes. Graduated Moscow Mining University with Bachelor degree in 1997, The University of Nottingham with Master degree in 1998, holds PhD in Economics since 2001.

TFG AM is top 10 AM company in Russia specializing in Pension Funds Assets. TFG AM recognized as a leading FI house in Russia by various market participants and agencies.

TransFinGroup

Alexander Smirnov

Alexander Smirnov

Head of Corporate Finance

MTS

Alexander Smirnov

Alexander Smirnov

Head of Corporate Finance at MTS

MTS

Alexey Tretyakov

Alexey Tretyakov

Alexey Tretyakov

Chief Executive Officer at Aricapital Asset Management

Alexey Tretyakov - Founder & CEO Aricapital Asset Management since Jan 2013 (The First Russian fixed income mutual fund specialized on active investing in global bonds)

2008-2012 - Head of department of operations on financial markets at NOMOS-Bank

2001-2008 - Analyst, Head of fixed income reasearch, Deputy Head of sales at Bank Zenit

Aricapital Asset Management

Andrey Alexeev

Andrey Alexeev

Andrey Alexeev

Director, DCM at Gazprombank

Gazprombank

Andrey Alexeev
Azizbek Shukurov

Azizbek Shukurov

Azizbek Shukurov

Vice Chairman at UzAutoSanoat

UzAutoSanoat

Infrastructure and project finance in Russia: How to attract more commercial lenders to the market

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 14:30pm (Europe/London)

  • Attracting commercial lenders to projects: Are Russian project finance deals bankable?
  • How can both international and local lenders increase their involvement in these large infrastructure deals?
  • What role are ECAs and DFIs playing in the project finance landscape?
  • Understanding the growing role of PPPs in attracting investment to infrastructure projects
  • How to attract more commercial banks into the Project Finance Factory and how to make deals bankable: What opportunities does this bring?

Moderator

Dmitry Gubarev

Dmitry Gubarev

Dmitry Gubarev

Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills CIS LLP

Dmitry has a focus on syndicated lending and debt restructurings in the Russian market. Dmitry represents international and Russian banks and corporations on all types of financing transactions in Russia and other CIS countries, including syndicated loans, real estate and infrastructure financings, pre-export financings and structured products.

Consistently recognised as a leading Finance lawyer in the Russian market, clients describe Dmitry as "proactive and dynamic" and a “very strong negotiator," according to Chambers Global. Legal 500 sources comment that he “impresses with his helpfulness, knowledge and professionalism” and note his “excellent knowledge of English and Russian law and his ability to provide effective solutions during tough negotiations.

Herbert Smith Freehills CIS LLP

Dmitry Gubarev

Speakers

Yuri Korsun

Yuri Korsun

Deputy Chairman

VEB.RF

Yuri Korsun

Yuri Korsun

Deputy Chairman at VEB.RF

Year And Place Of Birth

Born on May 29, 1970 in Leningrad.

Information About Vocational Education

A.B. Freeman School of Business; Tulane University, 1999; MBA degree, specialization – finance and financial management. St. Petersburg State University, 1995; Faculty of Philology.

Professional Background

1990 - 1994 - Information Technology Manager (SGS, S.A.)

1995 - 1997 - Corporate Account Manager, Xerox Corp.

1997 - 2000 - Business Consultant, Headquarters for Emerging Markets, Xerox Corp. (USA)

2001 - 2005 - Corporate Account Manager, Citibank.

2005 - 2007 - Corporate Director, ABN AMRO.

2007 - 2009 - Head of Structured Credit Products, Alfa-Bank.

2009 - 2018 - Senior Managing Director, Head of Structural Credit Products, PJSC Sberbank.

From April 2018 - Deputy Chairman of VEB.RF.

VEB.RF

Yuri Korsun
Liya Grishaeva

Liya Grishaeva

Managing Director, Legal Support of Export Projects

EXIAR

Liya Grishaeva

Liya Grishaeva

Managing Director, Legal Support of Export Projects at EXIAR

EXIAR

Yulia Shkhiyantz

Yulia Shkhiyantz

Yulia Shkhiyantz

Chief Financial Officer at United Metallurgical Company (OMK)

United Metallurgical Company (OMK)

Chairperson’s closing remarks and close of conference

Mon 27th Sep 2021, 15:15pm (Europe/London)

Gold Sponsors

Gazprombank Credit Bank of Moscow Raiffeisen Bank Sovcombank

Silver Sponsors

Crédit Agricole CIB Herbert Smith Freehills CIS LLP Mashreq

Bronze Sponsors

Alfa Bank Allen & Overy Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) ING Latham & Watkins Morgan Lewis Rosbank S&P Global Ratings Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse)

Corporate Sponsors

Delo Group Gazprom Neft GV Gold MMK Metalloinvest Nordgold Segezha Group Severstal Slavneft Tatneft TMK

Supporting Partners

CCI France Russie (Franco-Russian Chamber of Commerce) Russian Association of Corporate Treasurers