Former Nobles Partners Artem Nagdalian and Roman Shulyar have joined Marchenko Partners in Kyiv.
Nagdalian's practice focuses on privatization, banking and finance, securities, corporate law, and capital markets. He spent the past two years as a partner at Nobles, and was a partner at Phenomena for the five years before that -- the last four as Managing Partner. He has also worked with Baker McKenzie, as Director of Deutsche Bank AG, and as a Vice President of Credit Suisse First Boston. He received his J.D. from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University and an LL.M. from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Shulyar focuses on banking and finance, debt restructuring, and currency regulation. He, like Nagdalian, spent from 2012 to 2017 as a Partner at Phenomena before moving to Nobles in 2017. He also has experience at Chadbourne & Parke, as a paralegal at Shevchenko Didkovskiy & Partners, and in-house with Arsenal-Center LLC. He received his B.A. and Master's degrees from Kyiv International University.
According to Oleh Marchenko, “this expansion is a natural step for the firm, as we were looking for opportunities to grow and provide more diverse services, while adding more value for our existing and future clients." And Roman Shulyar added that, “Marchenko Partners is well-known in the market for top-notch expertise and uncompromised quality of legal services. We are enthusiastic to become a part of the firm and confident that our clients will benefit from this winning combination."
“The expansion is encouraging. It strengthens our current market position and creates prospects for future growth," said Partner Oleksandr Aleksyeyenko. "Both Artem and Roman have an impressive track record and their reputation is remarkable. We share the same vision for our future, which is crucial for us.”
“There is a strong match in our values and vision for our future," added Marchenko Partners CEO Mariia Taras. "All partners are committed to providing efficient and high-quality services to clients in the areas of our expertise. Moreover, practicing law in a challenging environment, we are committed to integrity in our dealings and the rule of law. The combination will benefit both our clients and our people, while we remain open for future opportunities to develop and grow."