Julia Vavilkina is a Russian qualified corporate lawyer and leader of our corporate secretarial services team, which she has been a member of for almost 10 years. Julia focuses her practice on advising clients on corporate governance, contracting and operational issues, including labor matters.

    Julia has a wealth of experience in assisting clients to establish branches, representative offices and various forms of Russian corporate entities. Julia has registered and liquidated a multitude of entities and is well versed in all the relevant procedures. She and her team also provide ongoing corporate services to numerous clients, including preparation of notices and resolutions for shareholder and board meetings and making all required governmental filings.

    Julia also has significant experience in transactions involving the purchase and sale of participatory interests of limited liability companies and coordinating the involvement of public notaries and all related governmental submissions.

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    • Advising on the establishment and liquidation of legal entities with foreign investment.
    • Registering changes to the foundation documents of legal entities, branches and representative offices of foreign companies.
    • Accrediting (extension of accreditation) and terminating branches and representative offices of foreign companies.
    • Coordinating transactions involving the sale and purchase/pledge of participatory interests in the charter capital of Russian limited liability companies including drafting and executing sale and purchase/pledge agreements, and related legal documents.
    • Coordinating divestiture of Russian assets in context of several global multijurisdictional transactions for Fortune Global 500 companies.
    • Providing a full suite of secretarial services for client's Russian subsidiaries, branches and representative offices.


    • Moscow State Law Academy, 2011
    • Moscow State Linguistic University, Diploma in Linguistics, 2005


    • Russian Federation


    • Russian
    • English
    • French
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