Ekaterina Logvinova | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Ekaterina Logvinova
 Ekaterina Logvinova

Ekaterina Logvinova

Associate, Moscow

T +7 495 787 3053

E elogvinova@whitecase.com

Overview

Ekaterina is an associate in our Moscow office's Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset finance group. She regularly represents clients on financing transactions and has significant experience working on project finance, trade finance, acquisition finance as well as other secured financing transactions involving Russian and international banks, companies and multilaterals. Ekaterina also advises on a number of legal issues relating to banking, currency regulation, security enforcement, and issues relating specifically to concession and PPP projects in Russia.

Bars and Courts

  • Qualified to practice law in the Russian Federation

Education

  • Master's Degree in Law, Law Faculty, Moscow State University for International Relations
  • Bachelor's Degree in Law, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Law Faculty

Languages

  • Russian
  • English

Experience

The arrangers and original lenders (three major Russian banks: Sberbank, Gazprombank and VTB Bank) in connection with a project financing for the development of oil gas fields in the Russian north by LLC SeverEnergia (a joint venture between Russian companies OJSC Gazprom Neft, OJSC Novatek and Italian companies ENI and Enel). The total amount of the financing was more than US$3 billion and consisted of a single term loan facility to be advanced over the course of four years. The deal constituted as one of the largest Russian project financing transactions to date, as well as one of the first syndicated lending transactions to be structured fully under Russian law.

EuroChem, Russia's largest mineral fertilizer producer, on a US$1.3 billion pre-export finance from a syndicate of banks. Structured as a five-year pre-export finance facility, it is one of the largest chemical bank debt deals in Central and Eastern Europe since 2009.

Two major Russian banks, Gazprombank and Sberbank, on a fully Russian-governed project financing to a major Russian energy holding, Quadra-Power Generation, for the construction of a series of power generating blocks across Russia.

Two major Russian banks, Gazprombank and Sberbank, on a fully Russian-governed project financing to a major Russian energy holding, Quadra-Power Generation, for the construction of a series of power generating blocks across Russia.

TNK-BP, one of the leading Russian oil companies, on a US$1.5 billion corporate financing from a syndicate of international banks.

Publications

  • New PPP Mechanisms, Oil, Gas and Law journal by LawTek, No. 5, December 2015, (co-author)