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Debuting in COVID-times: How new issuers can issue new debt to attract new investors (in Russian)

Broadcast on Mar 3, 2021 from Livestream: Bonds, Loans & Derivatives Russia & CIS 2021 - Virtual Conference

Gold Sponsor

Sovcombank

Silver Sponsor

Fitch Ratings

Silver Sponsor

White & Case

Bronze Sponsor

Allen & Overy

Bronze Sponsor

ING

Bronze Sponsor

Rosbank

Bronze Sponsor

Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse)

Corporate Sponsor

Chelpipe Group

Corporate Sponsor

Delo Group

Corporate Sponsor

Gazprom Neft

Corporate Sponsor

GV Gold

Corporate Sponsor

MMK

Corporate Sponsor

Metalloinvest

Corporate Sponsor

Segezha Group

Corporate Sponsor

Severstal

Corporate Sponsor

Slavneft

Corporate Sponsor

Tatneft

Supporting Partner

Russian Association of Corporate Treasurers

Supporting Partner

Russo-British Chamber of Commerce (RBCC)

Subscribe for access:

  • Why bonds, and not loans: Economic and capital reasons why debut issuers can secure better pricing funding in the bond markets
  • Origination, road-showing and book-building in a socially distance world: How to bank and finance remotely
  • Rouble vs. Euro markets, fixed rate vs. floating, issuing through SPVs or not: Structuring, packaging and selling deals to attract retail and institutional investors

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

Leonid Mirzoyan

Leonid Mirzoyan

Chief Financial Officer

Borets International

Leonid Mirzoyan

Leonid Mirzoyan

Chief Financial Officer at Borets International

Borets International

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

Alexey Zakrevskiy

Alexey Zakrevskiy

Chief Financial Officer

Maxima Telecom

Alexey Zakrevskiy

Alexey Zakrevskiy

Chief Financial Officer at Maxima Telecom

Maxima Telecom

Alexander Kovalev

Alexander Kovalev

Executive Director Capital Markets Department

Sovcombank

Alexander Kovalev

Alexander Kovalev

Executive Director Capital Markets Department at Sovcombank

Sovcombank

Alexander Kovalev

Gold Sponsor

Sovcombank

Silver Sponsors

Fitch Ratings White & Case

Bronze Sponsors

Allen & Overy ING Rosbank Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse)

Corporate Sponsors

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

Supporting Partners

Russian Association of Corporate Treasurers Russo-British Chamber of Commerce (RBCC)