Ksenia Koroleva

  • Ul. Gasheka 6, Ducat III, Office 510
  • Moscow 125047
  • Russia

Ksenia Koroleva is a Russian law qualified associate in Latham & Watkins’ Moscow office. Ms. Koroleva has experience advising large Russian and international banks and corporate clients on all aspects of transactions in Russia and the CIS. Her practice primarily focuses on banking and corporate finance across multiple industries in the Russian market, including real estate, oil and gas, financial services and TMT.


Ms. Koroleva’s representative experience includes advising:

  • Bank of Moscow in connection with financing of acquisition of Business Center “Linkor” by UFG, a major Russian real estate group
  • EBRD in connection with refinancing of OOO “INK”, a Russian oil company, secured by Russian pledge of shares and mortgage of gas and oil treatment facilities
  • VTB in connection with a syndicated loan for VTB as borrower arranged by a number of major Russian and international banks
  • VTB Austria in connection with unsecured financing for KazTransGas, a major Kazakh gas transportation company
  • Alfa-Bank, VTB and Globex in connection with financing of RESO-LEASING secured by pledge of lease objects and lease receivables
  • Carlyle Group in connection with acquisition of part of a DuPont business
  • DTEK Finance plc in connection with issue of US-denominated 7.875% senior notes due 2018 on the Irish Stock Exchange
  • Tinkoff Credit Systems in connection with its IPO on the Irish Stock Exchange
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