The former Chairman of the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine, Yuriy Terentyev, has joined Redcliffe Partners.
This is the second recent addition of significance to Redcliffe’s team, after Sergiy Ignatovsky joined the firm’s Litigation and Restructuring practices earlier this month(as reported by CEE Legal Matters on March 4, 2021).
According to Redcliffe Partners, Terentyev “brings a wealth of experience to boost the firm’s capabilities in competition, corporate and commercial, government relations and international trade.”
“Redcliffe Partners’ team has deserved its reputation at the top of the market, and I am delighted to be joining the firm,” Terentyev said. “I look forward to bringing the experience I have to assist the firm’s clients to continue developing their businesses in Ukraine and the region.”
At the beginning of his career, Terentyev joined Bristol Myers Squibb Ukraine, where he stayed for three years. He then spent two years with Japan Tobacco International, then, in 2002, he moved to Metro Cash and Carry Ukraine. In 2012 he joined ArcelorMittal, then, in 2016, he moved to the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine.
“We are thrilled to welcome Yuriy to the firm, and believe his expertise will greatly increase our capabilities,” commented Redcliffe Partners Managing Partner Olexiy Soshenko. “His ability to provide insights from numerous perspectives – whether handling corporate and commercial projects or negotiating with the state authorities – is an invaluable asset when managing the challenges our clients face.”