Natella Kortiashvili

Natella Kortiashvili

Natella Kortiashvili
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Natella is an Associate in the Corporate / M&A Practice at ALRUD Law Firm. She works on projects with both Russian and foreign companies to support M&A transactions and set up joint ventures, including consultations on corporate law and corporate governance.

Natella graduated with honors from the National Research University – Higher School of Economics.

Includes advising and representing:

A major Russian bank

on multiple transactions to set up joint ventures and provide debt financing.

Russia's largest oil company

on the establishment of a joint venture with a Russian gas company to develop a license area on the Russian continental shelf.

Russia's largest oil company

on the sale of 50% equity share in Meretoyakhaneftegaz to Lukoil and establishing a JV for the development of an oil & gas cluster.

Sojitz Corporation

on the acquisition of a stake from a partner in a Russian joint venture in the automotive industry.


on an additional share issue for a joint venture to provide the company with additional capitalization and the acquisition of a stake in a non-bank credit institution.

ALRUD Corporate practice experts prepared materials for the ABA publication in “The Year In Review”
Anton Dzhuplin, Partner within ALRUD Corporate / M&A practice, Co-Head of Crisis Management, Economic sanctions and Compliance practice, edited the “International M&A and Joint Ventures” part of the ABA annual publication “The Year In Review”. Kristina Akalovich, ALRUD Associate, and Natella Koriashvili, ALRUD Attorney, under Anton Dzhuplin’s guidance prepared an article on important trends of 2021 in the sphere of international mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures in Russia. Authors from Russia worked on preparation of materials for “International M&A and Joint Ventures” in cooperation with authors from Brazil, Canada, Chile, Italy, Poland, Spain and Great Britain. “The Year In Review” – is an annual survey of the law from around the world. An average, thirty to forty Committees of the ABA International Law Section contribute to the publication and capture the germane legal developments, key pieces of legislation, and landmark decisions that help to shape the legal tapestry of their respective countries. Full publication is available through the link.
09 August 2022
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