Experience

    • Principal shareholder of PJSC Polyus in its approximately $390 million sale through an accelerated bookbuild of ordinary shares in the form of Global Depositary Shares and ordinary shares of PJSC Polyus.
    • The Bank of New York Mellon in its role as the depositary bank in Nova Ljubljanska Banka’s €567 million offering and listing of global depositary receipts.
    • MegaFon in an offer by its subsidiary MegaFon Investments Cyprus Limited to purchase for cash common shares and GDRs of MegaFon (for approx. $1.12 billion), subsequent delisting of the GDRs from the London Stock Exchange and the mandatory tender offer by MegaFon Finance LLC for shares of MegaFon.
    • Uralkali in a buyback programme of its common shares and GDRs with a total purchase amount of $1.32 billion.
    • Otkritie Financial in matters related to a tender offer by NomGDR Limited for the outstanding global depositary receipts of NOMOS-BANK.
    • Deutsche Bank in its role as the depositary bank in a Russian issuer’s $270 million block trade of shares and global depositary receipts.
    • PJSC Polyus and its indirect subsidiary Polyus Finance in the issue of $250 million senior bonds convertible into global depositary receipts representing ordinary shares of PJSC Polyus.
    • PJSC Polyus and its indirect subsidiary Polyus Finance in the $500 million Eurobond offering of 4.70% guaranteed notes due 2024.
    • Polyus in a public offering of shares and depositary receipts pursuant to Regulation S/Rule 144A and listing of depositary receipts on the LSE.
    • Polyus Gold International in its $800 million Eurobond offering of 5.25% guaranteed notes due 2023.
    • The principal shareholder of NLMK in its block sale of shares and global depositary receipts under Rule 144A/Regulation S.
    • Polyus Gold International in its $500 million Eurobond offering of 4.699% notes due 2022.
    • PartnerRe in its €750 million debut Eurobond offering of 1.25% notes due 2026.
    • HarbourVest Partners in its £806.6 million acquisition of the investment portfolio of SVG Capital, a publicly-listed investment fund. The acquisition followed an initial £1,015 million takeover offer by HarbourVest Partners for SVG Capital. The deal has been recognized by various industry award schemes, including the PEI Awards and being named Private Equity Deal Of The Year at the IFLR European Awards.
    • Augment Investments Limited in a tender offer to acquire global receipts representing ordinary shares of OJSC Pharmstandard for the total purchase price of $200 million.
    • Polyus Gold in a subsidiary buyback of shares and American depositary receipts for the total purchase price of $3.4 billion.
    • Pernod Ricard in its $600 million bond issue due 2026.
    • Uralkali in a buyback programme of its common shares and GDRs with a total purchase amount of up to $1.5 billion.
    • Aeroflot in the establishment of its Level I ADR programme.
    • Otkritie Financial Corporation in the purchase by its subsidiary of 5,593,041 Class B shares in QIWI, a Nasdaq-listed company.
    • Hanwha SolarOne in its $2 billion acquisition of Hanwha Q CELLS.
    • AIA Group in its $1 billion Rule 144A placement in the United States.
    • Polyus Gold International in its $9 billion premium listing on the London Stock Exchange.
    • RAO UES in the $49 billion spin-off of its power-generating assets to its shareholders.
    • The Bank of New York Mellon, as depositary, in the establishment of Rusal’s GDR program and the listing of GDRs on Euronext Paris.
    • Jenington International, a subsidiary of Polyus Gold, in its $1 billion purchase of 9% of the stock of Polyus Gold.
    • Polyus Gold in its acquisition of 50.1% of Kazakhgold Group.
    • JSC RusHydro in its listing on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange.
    • Inter RAO UES in consolidating its assets (combined value in excess of $12.9 billion) through a series of M&A transactions and closed subscription for shares in Inter RAO UES.
    • KazakhGold Group Limited in a reverse takeover of Polyus Gold valued at $10 billion.
    • Sberbank in establishing a sponsored ADR facility and admission to trading on the London Stock Exchange.
    • Norilsk Nickel in its $2.7 billion sale of shares in an accelerated bookbuild.
    • Uralkali in relisting its global depositary receipts on the London Stock Exchange following its merger with Silvinit.
    • KazakhGold Group in its $100 million private placement to international investors.
    • Corbiere Holdings, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Norilsk Nickel, in a $3.5 billion offer to purchase for cash shares and American depositary receipts of Norilsk Nickel.
    • OGK-2 in its $1 billion public offering of shares on the London Stock Exchange.
    • Several OGKs and TGKs and other Russian power sector companies in the establishment of their depositary receipt programmes.
    • NLMK in the $609 million secondary offering by its controlling shareholder of shares and global depositary shares, and the admission of the company to the Official List and to trading on the London Stock Exchange.
    • Norilsk Nickel in its reorganization in the form of a spin-off of gold assets into a new public company OJSC Polyus Gold and the subsequent listing of OJSC Polyus Gold on the London Stock Exchange.
    • Norilsk Nickel International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Norilsk Nickel, in a $4.5 billion offer to purchase for cash common shares and American depositary receipts of Norilsk Nickel.
    • T-Mobile International in its $1.7 billion and $1.5 billion offerings of global depositary receipts in Mobile TeleSystems.

Education

  • Yeshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 1993, J.D.
  • Hunter College, 1989, B.A.

Languages

  • Hungarian