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Alexey Batischev

Associate

Alexey advises banks and corporates on a wide range of banking and finance matters, including project finance, asset finance and general lending.
Alexey also has experience in domestic and cross-border litigation matters.

Experience

Representative matters

A group of lenders in connection with an approx. SAR1.5bn financing of the design, building and operation of a construction village in Saudi Arabia.
 
A natural gas provider and exporter on the EUR11.3bn project financing relating to the construction of a gas processing plant in the CIS (previous firm experience).
 
Leading financial institutions on the up to USD2.8bn project financing relating to the construction of a fertilizer plant in the CIS (previous firm experience).
 
One of the largest banks in the CIS in connection with a syndicated facility agreement entered into between 19 CIS, East European and Asian banks as lenders and Asaka Bank (Uzbekistan) as borrower (previous firm experience).

Published Work

  • Batischev A.O., Gromov A.A., Karapetov A.G. and others (2022) “Fulfilment and termination of an obligation: a commentary on articles 307-328 and 407-419 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation”, Moscow: M-Logos
  • Batischev A., Gridasov A., Panich A. (2020) “International Execution Against Judgment Debtors. Chapter 65: Russia”, Thomson Reuters

Qualifications

Admissions

Russia, 2016

Academic

LLB, Higher School of Economics, 2016

LLM, Russian School of Private Law, 2018

Languages

Russian, English
Dubai
Allen Overy Shearman Sterling LLP (practising in the Emirate of Dubai as “Allen & Overy RLLP” pending the registration completion of the new name with the relevant UAE local authorities) is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales with registered number OC306763.
Disclaimer
A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.