Alexander Yalushkin is the head of practice at FBK Legal.
Alexander provides legal support for large infrastructure and construction projects in the oil and gas sector.
He also participates in reorganisation and restructuring of assets in Russia and advises clients on corporate law and related issues.
He is also responsible for conducting due diligence of companies from various industries.
- legal support of the construction of the Power of Siberia gas transmission system;
- legal support for Chinese and Russian investors on creating a joint venture for the construction of coach building works in Russia;
- developing amendments to Law on Subsurface Resources No. 2395-I dated 21 February 1992 providing for the unauctioned granting of sites of commonly occurring mineral resources (construction soil) for the construction of gas supply facilities, oil and gas transmission facilities; participating in meeting of the working group in the Russian State Duma;
- developing and analysing options available to transfer deposits and re-issue licences for the use of subsurface resources for a large oil and gas company;
- developing and analysing options available to combine three large oil and gas processing entities into a unified processing complex at the premises of a subsidiary of the largest oil and gas company;
- analysing options available to transfer a constructed thermal power plant to an operator and consulting on other construction-related matters;
- analysing licence and subsurface resources management for the internal audit commission of a large energy company;
- legal due diligence of 23 borrowers of a bank to check debt collectability and expenditures from loan proceeds;
- developing real estate management regulations for a large retailer;
- supervising over 15 due diligence projects in the banking and oil and gas sectors.
Infrastructure projects, due diligence, restructuring, reorganization, corporate law
2004 Ulianov Chuvash State University, Faculty of Law
2014 Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Economics