Andriy Karnaukhov is a Partner of Sergii Koziakov & Partners and has more than 20 year experience in Real Estate, Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Foreign Investments, Cross-Border Transactions and Optimizing Management, Banking and Corporate Finance, Bankruptcy, Intellectual Property and Litigation.

Experience:

Andriy Karnaukhov is admitted to the Ukrainian Association of Lawyers and Ukrainian National Bar Association.

Andriy Karnaukhov has extensive legal experience of working in Legal Departments of large multinational companies operating in Ukraine. During 1996-2000 Andriy Karnaukhov headed legal department of McDonald’s Ukraine Ltd.

Andriy Karnaukhov has been practicing law since 2000. In 2005 – 2008 Andriy Karnaukhov was a Partner of Volkov and Partners Law Firm, and from September 2008 to November 2010 was a Partner of Volkov Koziakov and Partners Law Firm.

Andriy Karnaukhov regularly participates in numerous projects as an independent expert.

Andriy Karnaukhov is an author of numerous articles in Ukrainian and foreign legal publications.

Education:

Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University,  Law Department, Master of International Law.

Languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English.

Representative Legal Matters:

Andriy Karnaukhov represented interests of Ukrainian and foreign clients and leaded the projects for such companies as “Podilsky cement” (privatization), McDonald’s Ukraine Ltd, “Phobos” (corporate affairs, consolidation of assets), “IKEA Ukraine” (corporate relations, real estate), “Crimean Titan” (corporate relations, privatization); financial Group “Base Element ” (corporate relations, mergers and acquisitions), Embassy of the Republic of Korea (real estate and construction); Agro-industrial Holding “Astarta-Kyiv” (banking and corporate financing of Ukrainian producers); Wells Fargo Bank (financing Ukrainian producers); Societe General (financing Ukrainian Producers), European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (financing Ukrainian producers); Representative of “Kookmin Bank” (corporate relations), UNDP (funded public utilities) as well as consolidation assets and corporate restructuring of agricultural and energy sector enterprises.