Anastasia Buryak

Associate, Moscow

Biography

Overview

Anastasia is an associate in our Capital Markets practice in Moscow. Anastasia has experience representing issuers and underwriters on a range of cross-border capital markets transactions, including initial and secondary equity offerings, debt offerings and liability management exercises.

Bars and Courts
Qualified to practice law in the Russian Federation
Education
Master's Degree in Law
Higher School of Economics
Bachelor’s Degree in Law
Higher School of Economics
Languages
Russian
English

Experience

Anastasia's experience includes representing:

Equity

Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan and VTB Capital as joint global coordinators and bookrunners, BCS Global Markets as a senior bookrunner, and Renaissance Capital, SberCIB, SOVA Capital, Tinkoff and ATON as joint bookrunners in connection with the RUB17.7 billion (approx. US$250 million) initial public offering of ordinary shares by Renaissance Insurance Group, a Russian diversified independent insurance company, with listing on the Moscow Exchange. The offering is the first fully marketed international IPO of a Russian insurance company.

J.P. Morgan, VTB Capital and UBS as joint global coordinators and joint bookrunners and Gazprombank as a joint bookrunner in connection with the US$275 million secondary offering of global depositary receipts of ROS AGRO, a leading Russian diversified agricultural holding with vertically integrated operations in the agriculture, oil and fat, sugar, and meat markets, listed on the London Stock Exchange and the Moscow Exchange.

Citigroup Global Markets Limited, J.P. Morgan AG and VTB Capital plc acting as joint global coordinators and joint bookrunners on the US$500 million initial public offering of United Medical Group CY, Russia’s leading multidisciplinary premium-class healthcare services provider operating under the European Medical Center brand, on the Moscow Exchange (July 2021). This transaction is the first to be conducted under the new Russian legislative framework, which provides issuers with flexibility in listing GDRs only on a Russian stock exchange, without a primary listing on a foreign venue.

Debt

Credit Bank of Moscow as borrower in connection with standalone eurobond offerings, including:

  • Issue of US$350 million perpetual callable loan participation notes (October 2021)
  • Issue of US$500 million loan participation notes due 2026 (September 2021)
  • Issue of €600 million loan participation notes due 2026, dual listed on Euronext Dublin and the Vienna Stock Exchange (January 2021)