Tatiana Shlenchakova
Associate | London
Tatiana Shlenchakova

Tatiana Shlenchakova advises clients on corporate and regulatory matters, including anti-monopoly issues, as well as complex commercial litigation and international arbitration matters.

Since 2021 she has been recognised by Best Lawyers for insolvency and reorganization law.

Ms. Shlenchakova was part of the team that won CEE Legal Matters' 2020 Deal of the Year for Russia, which recognized Dechert’s involvement in Sinopec’s joint venture with SIBUR to develop the Amur Petrochemical Complex. 

  • Sinopec on its US$10 billion strategic joint venture with SIBUR to develop one of the largest integrated petrochemical projects in the world in terms of production output of base polymers, including securing joint venture clearance from the Strategic Commission of the Russian Government and advising on related antimonopoly matters. 
  • Kinross Gold Corporation on its recently announced plans to acquire Chulbatkan, a high-quality, heap leach development project in Russia, from N-Mining Limited for a total fixed consideration of US$283 million. The deal, which required extensive due diligence of the subsoil license holding company, includes approximately US$113 million in cash and US$170 million in Kinross stock, plus 1.5% contingency payments. The acquisition is a strategic addition to Kinross’s existing mining operations, as it is expected to be a high yield, yet low-cost operation.
  • Russian Direct Investment Fund (the Russian sovereign wealth fund), the Russia-Japan Investment Fund and a consortium of other investors on their investment in a start-up telehealth company.
  • A private equity firm on its acquisition of a mining technology company with operations in Russia.
  • A money transfer company on various finance, payment and banking regulatory matters, including on model forms for money transfers in compliance with Russian banking laws and regulations and on possible establishment in Russia.
  • A major German construction company in disputes arising out of the initiation of bankruptcy proceedings against its subsidiary in Russia and a secondary liability claim.
  • A major Greek bank in a number of high-profile disputes before Russian courts in Moscow and the Moscow Region with respect to foreclosure over secured assets, as well as in subsequent bankruptcy proceedings of the Russian subsidiaries of a Greek development conglomerate following a €40 million default under Greek law-governed facility agreements.
    • National Research University Higher School of Economics, Bachelor of Law, 2016, summa cum laude
    • National Research University Higher School of Economics, Master of Law, 2018, summa cum laude
    • Russian Federation
    • RAA25
    • Young IMA