Corporate and commercial law
Corporate secretary and corporate compliance
Dmitry Churin holds the position of Principal Associate in the St. Petersburg office of Capital Legal Services and heads the team supporting projects in corporate law and M&A.
Leading international corporations and private investors seek Dmitry’s trusted counsel and proven ability to succeed in complex corporate transactions involving multiple languages, diverse cultures and vast geographical distances. Dmitry has been involved in a variety of successful projects across a range of industry sectors, including energy, manufacturing, retail and leisure.
Dmitry has experience in the acquisition of both separate assets and of entire businesses. He has been involved in sophisticated transactions at every stage, from due diligence through negotiations to closing along with the integration of assets into the client’s business. His corporate law experience also includes mergers and acquisitions for Hoffmann, Paroc and AmRest. His experience with corporate governance and compliance matters includes disclosure of information in accordance with the requirements of anti-trust authorities and authorities in the securities market.
Prior to joining Capital Legal Services in 2012, Dmitry was a senior associate in the St. Petersburg office of Castrén & Snellman, an international law firm.
- Investment of an international private equity fund into an agricultural production facility in Kaliningrad
- Acquisition of a retailer operating a chain of sports stores under an international trademark
- Supply and construction of cooling towers for the Nyagan Power Station by the GEA Group
- Benetton Group property acquisitions in St. Petersburg, Bratsk, Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk and other regions
Areas of practice:
- Corporate and commercial law
- Investment projects
- Corporate secretary and corporate compliance
- Tax Law
- St. Petersburg State University, Law Department, 2004;
- Drew University, English, 1991 – 1992;
- St. Petersburg State University, Foreign Languages Department, 1992.