Renat Akhmetzyanov | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Renat Akhmetzyanov
 Renat Akhmetzyanov

Renat Akhmetzyanov

Associate, Moscow

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Renat Akhmetzyanov is a senior associate in our capital markets practice in Moscow. He has extensive transactional experience in advising Russian issuers operating in diverse industries, as well as joint global coordinators/lead managers on cross-border equity and debt capital markets transactions. Renat's track record in equity capital markets comprises advising on initial public offerings, secondary public offerings and private placements.

Prior to joining White & Case in 2011, Renat was an associate in a capital markets group in a magic circle law firm in Moscow.

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  • Qualified to practice law in the Russian Federation


  • Law Degree, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO - University)


  • Russian
  • English


Joint global coordinators and joint bookrunners in connection with US$469 million follow-on offering by the Central Bank of Russia of shares in the charter capital of Moscow Exchange. Earlier in 2013 represented joint global coordinators and joint bookrunners in the RUB 15 billion (US$500 million) offering of shares in the charter capital of Moscow Exchange with the listing on Moscow Exchange. At that time, the deal was the largest initial domestic share offering in Russia and the largest securities exchange IPO (July 2014 and February 2013).

Joint bookrunners in connection with the US$1.3 billion offering of shares of ALROSA on the MICEX Stock Exchange. The deal is Russia’s largest privatization transaction since 2006 and the largest public offering of local shares in Russia (October 2013).

Joint global coordinators and joint bookrunners in the US$275 million secondary public offering (through an accelerated bookbuilding) of shares of PIK Group, one of Russia’s leading residential real estate developers (May 2013).

EuroChem on the Reg S/144A offering of US$750 million LPNs (December 2012).

Russian Agricultural Bank in connection with its US$1.5 billion EMTN programme, including updates and drawdowns thereunder (2005-2011).

Gazprombank, the third largest bank in the Russian Federation, in connection with an update and several drawdowns under their US$10 billion EMTN program (since 2011).