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Tatiana is an experienced Russian-qualified lawyer who has worked on a broad range of finance and capital markets transactions, including general secured and unsecured banking, real estate finance, asset finance, acquisition finance, project finance, syndications, securitisations, debt and equity capital markets transactions, securities and banking regulatory as well as derivatives-related matters.

Tatiana Parshak is recommended by Chambers Europe 2018 for Banking & Finance law: "She provides detailed and accurate analysis and seems to have a real passion for the work she is doing".

Legal 500 EMEA also praises Tatiana: "Tatiana Parshak is a particularly gifted banking and finance lawyer".

Tatiana was selected by peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in Russia in 2016-2019 Editions in the field of Banking & Finance Law.

Some recent projects that Tatiana Parshak has been involved in:

Banking and finance transactions:

  • advising JSC INTER RAO UES on a loan agreement with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for a RUB9.6 billion convertible loan;
  • advising a major Russian transport hub on restructuring a USD 222mln syndicated loan arranged by international and Russian banks;
  • advising JSC INTER RAO UES on a EUR87 million ECA-backed export credit facility (Hermes); 
  • advising Export Import Bank of China (CEXIM) on the refinancing of a major Chinese lessor’s acquisition of two A320 aircraft on lease to a Russian airline;
  • advised a major Chinese development bank on allocating a USD 1.43 billion facility for financing a RUSAL Taishet Ltd. aluminum plant; 
  • participating in the international M&A project on acquisition of the group of mining companies including  cash-flows structuring and debt consolidation matters of the acquired companies;
  • advising EBRD in connection with disposal of shares in a major Russian insurance company and related finance matters; and
  • advising a major Russian state bank on a number of financial restructuring, bankruptcy and enforcement procedures conducted within the scope of its Russian and international projects.
  • participating in development of a Participation Agreement and an A/B Loans structure under Russian and English law for an international financial organisation.

Derivatives and regulatory:

  • negotiating derivatives master agreements: ISDA, GMRA, RISDA (2009 and 2011 Standard documentation for derivatives under Russian law), providing legal opinions and memoranda drafting with respect to derivative transactions with Russian counterparties;
  • advising a major Japanese bank on a cross-border derivatives project for hedging the bank’s Russian clients exposure via a set of back-to-back transactions between the bank and its Russian clients under Russian law governed RISDA master agreement and “mirror” derivative transactions with the bank’s London and Tokyo offices under English law ISDA master agreement, developing template schedules and confirmations; 
  • advising a major Swiss bank on placement of foreign securities and derivative financial instruments in Russia;
  • advising a major international FMCG company on developing bespoke documentation for hedging currency exposure of its Russian units via cash-settled forward instruments to match the supply needs of the Russian units, including complex advising on cross-border regulatory and legal matters;
  • advising a Russian self-regulated organisation on regulation of FOREX company activities and proposed regulation of over-the-counter transactions on FOREX market;
  • advising one of the major Russian transport hubs on re-structuring a syndicated facility which involved re-structuring the syndicate’s hedging arrangements and introducing new build-in derivative instruments dealing with FX and interest rate exposure of the facility agent;
  • advising a major international bank and its Russian branch in relation to a structured guarantee provided to the Russian branch and a CLN or CDS as exposure transfer instruments;
  • advising a major international bank on issuance and placement of CLNs with bonus and default options for structuring the repayment of nominal amount and increased coupons among Russian corporate and individual clients;
  • advising a major Russian state bank on guarantee arrangements within the cross-border derivative transaction with a major Russian mining and steel company; and
  • advising banks and professional participants of the securities market on the Central Bank of Russia and FSFM (ex-financial markets regulator currently merged with the Central Bank) regulatory matters.


Advising on securitisation transactions, including:

  • representing the Lead Arranger in the securitisation of KIT Finance mortgage portfolio, (KIT Ipoteka Limited);
  • representing the Lead Arranger and Joint Bookrunners in the securitisation of KIT Finance mortgage portfolio, (Rumba S.A.);
  • representing the originator (European Trust Bank) in the securitisation of its portfolio of mortgage certificates (ETB Mortgage Finance 1 S.A.); and
  • representing the originator (a major Russian bank) in the domestic securitisation of its mortgage portfolio.

Debt and Equity Capital Markets:

Advising Russian borrowers in debt securities offerings and IPO transactions, including:

  • representing Freight One JSC on its debut issuance and placement of RUB40 billion domestic bonds;
  • representing a major Russian mortgage lending corporation in connection with its debut Regulation S issue of loan participation notes;
  • representing a major Russian natural monopoly in its debut Rule 144A and Regulation S issue of loan participation notes;
  • representing a major Russian retail bank in connection with the update of its Rule 144A and Regulation S EMTN program.
  • representing a leading Russian factoring company in connection with the Rule 144A and Regulation S Initial Public Offering; and
  • representing  a major Russian real estate company in connection with the Rule 144A and Regulation S Initial Public Offering.

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