GRATA Law Firm is recommended as one of the Leading law firms by Asialaw Profiles
Asialaw Profiles is a comprehensive guide to the leading domestic and regional law firms in the Asia-Pacific region. Asialaw Profiles 2015 is based on extensive consultation with the market. Researches were made by experienced editorial team. Recommendations are the result of extensive research involving the review of major work highlights from firms, recommendations of senior executives and in-house counsel and the feedback and insights from leading lawyers in each of the legal markets.
GRATA Law Firm is recommended as one of the leading law firms in the following practice areas:
- Banking and Finance
- Capital Markets
- Construction and Real Estate
- Energy and Natural Resources
- IT, Telecom and Media
According to Asialaw Profiles highlights:
Since its establishment in 1992, GRATA Law Firm has expanded with branch offices across Kazakhstan as well as Russia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. It also has representatives in Canada, the Netherlands, Mongolia, UAE, the UK and the US.
A leading law firm in Kazakhstan, GRATA advises on a range of legal matters and is recognised for its corporate and financial practices, which cover capital markets, project finance, infrastructure projects, banking, M&A and dispute resolution.
Managing partner Rashid Gaissin is one of the leading M&A and banking experts, who is a UK and Kazakhstan qualified lawyer with experience in the natural resources sector. Shaimerden Chikanayev works on capital markets transactions, advising on IPOs. He is also involved in M&A and banking transactions.
Partner Yerzhan Yessimkhanov focuses on telecom, real estate, construction and infrastructure. He has been advising a consortium of leading players in the Russia and Kazakhstan energy markets in relation to the reconstruction of the largest electric energy producer in Kazakhstan. This includes drafting of construction contracts, advice on tax and customs, among other things.
Grata also advised NGSK KazStroyService, the largest infrastructure contractor in Kazakhstan, on a dispute over the construction of a plant in Kazakhstan. It is also advising a leading construction company headquartered in Turkey on a dispute over works related to a large development project in Almaty.
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