Yevgeniya Nossova


Yevgeniya Nossova


Almaty | Dechert Kazakhstan Limited, Park View Office Tower, 77 Kunaev Street, Almaty, Kazakhstan 050000
+7 727 258 4736 | +7 727 258 8084


Yevgeniya Nossova focuses her practice on banking, finance and corporate matters and she has particular experience representing clients in the financial services sector. She also advises clients on Kazakhstan anticorruption, antimonopoly, foreign currency and labor law issues. Her experience includes a one-year secondment to the legal department of Chevron.

The 2020 edition of IFLR1000 recognizes Ms. Nossova as a rising star for M&A in Kazakhstan. Ms. Nossova is noted in The Legal 500 EMEA, 2019 for her work in banking, finance and capital markets and commercial, corporate and M&A in Kazakhstan.

Prior to joining Dechert, Ms. Nossova was an associate in the Kazakhstan office of an international law firm.

  • Kazakh State Law Academy, Law Degree, 2002, with Honors
  • Kazakhstan
  • JSC “National Company “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy” on its issuance of CHF 170 million Notes.
  • JSC Development Bank of Kazakhstan on the issuance of its KZT 100 billion 8.95% Notes due 2023 issued as Series 8 under the US$3.0 billion Medium Term Note Programme.
  • JSC National Company KazMunayGas (KMG) on its invitation to holders of KMG’s outstanding: (i) US$1.5 billion 7.000% Notes due 2020; (ii) US$1.25 billion 6.375% Notes due 2021; (iii) US$500 million 4.875% Notes due 2025; and (iv) US$2 billion 5.750% Notes due 2043 to tender any or all of such Notes held by the Holder for purchase by KMG for cash and concurrently to consent to amend, by extraordinary resolution of the Holders to provide for mandatory early redemption of the Notes by KMG.
  • KMG on its issuance of US$3.25 billion Eurobonds under the US$10.5 billion Global Medium Term Notes Programme.
  • KMG on its issuance of US$2.75 billion Eurobonds under the US$10.5 billion Global Medium Term Notes Programme.
  • Kazakhstan Electric Grid Operating Company on its IPO on the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange, the first of the country’s “People’s IPOs.”
  • A Chinese oil & gas company on its acquisition of three oil & gas fields in Kazakhstan.
  • A European pharmaceutical company on antimonopoly and labor law issues in connection with its acquisition of the controlling stake in a Kazakhstan pharmaceutical company.
  • A Middle Eastern company on the proposed acquisition of assets of a food production company that had been declared bankrupt.
  • Various clients on the due diligence of companies including subsoil users and a real estate company.
  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on its equity investment in a marine services company.
  • KazMicroFinance LLP and ACDI/VOCA (Columbia, USA) on the equity investment by ACDI/VOCA in KazMicroFinance LLP and further reorganization of KazMicroFinance LLP into a Kazakhstan bank.
  • Generali Group on Kazakhstan insurance law requirements pertaining to an indirect acquisition of shares in Kazakhstan insurance company.
  • A multinational banking and financial services company and Citibank on Kazakhstan law requirements pertaining to various derivative instruments.
  • Standard & Poor’s on the rating of a securitization involving a major Kazakhstan bank.
  • EBRD on the creation of various instruments to secure a US$24 million loan to a Kazakhstan marine services company for construction of a marine base.
  • EBRD on the creation of various instruments to secure its US$87.8 million loan to KEGOC to finance the construction of the second and third sections of the new North-South 500 kilovolt electricity transmission line.
  • EBRD on the creation of various instruments to secure a US$30 million loan to PavlodarEnergo to improve and upgrade PavlodarEnergo’s combined heat and power plant.
  • EBRD on the creation of various instruments to secure a US$42 million loan to Karcement to expand and modernize the Karaganda cement plant.
  • Morgan Stanley on the extension of loan facilities to several leading Kazakhstan banks and JSC National Company KazMunayGas.
  • A multinational banking and financial services company on the offering by Astana Finance B.V. of $175,000,000 9% Eurobonds due 2011 guaranteed jointly by Astana-Finance JSC and Leasing Company Astana-Finance JSC.
  • Citibank on its US$30 million loan to Halyk Bank guaranteed by OPIC.

Includes matters handled at Dechert or prior to joining the firm.

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