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Ihor Olekhov Leaves Baker McKenzie for CMS Kyiv

Ihor Olekhov Leaves Baker McKenzie for CMS Kyiv


Former Baker McKenzie Partner Ihor Olekhov, who spent over 20 years with the firm, has joined CMS in Ukraine as a Partner.

Olekhov has experience in advising clients on a range of finance, banking, and investment projects and transactions, as well as corporate governance, corporate reorganizations, and financial regulation, compliance, and tax matters. 

CMS Kyiv Managing Partner Graham Conlon commented: “We are thrilled that Ihor will join our team in Kyiv. He is a very skilled lawyer who has worked on some impressive landmark transactions and projects in Ukraine and will enhance the capabilities of our market-leading team in Kyiv, growing our finance offering. He is an excellent fit for CMS with his international experience and track record to date”.

Olekhov received his law degree from the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University in 1999 and obtained an LLM degree from the University of Edinburgh in 2002.

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AVELLUM is a leading Ukrainian full service law firm with a key focus on Finance, Corporate, Dispute Resolution, Tax, and Antitrust.

Our aim is to be the firm of choice for large businesses and financial institutions in respect of their most important and challenging transactions.

We build lasting relationships with our clients and make them feel secure in new uncertain economic and legal realities.

We incorporate the most advanced Western legal techniques and practices into our work. By adding our first-hand knowledge, broad industry experience, and unparalleled level of service we deliver the best results to our clients in their business endeavours. Our partners are taking an active role in every transaction and ensure smooth teamwork.

AVELLUM is recognised as one of the leading law firms in Ukraine by various international and Ukrainian legal editions (Chambers, The Legal500, IFLR1000, The Ukrainian Law Firms, and others).

Firm's website: www.avellum.com


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