Supporting Hong Kong Solicitors in areas of Company and Commercial, Corporate Finance (including IPOs), Securities, Funds and Crypto
LLB in Financial Law (Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation)
BBA in Business Economics (City University of Hong Kong)
Qualification of an Accountant in the field of Economics and Accounting (Moscow Humanities University)
Certificate Chinese as a second foreign language (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Certificate Chinese as a second foreign language (Fudan University, Shanghai)
Russian, English and Mandarin
Anastasia qualified as a lawyer and an accountant in Moscow and has worked for two years in the legal field. She obtained a degree in business administration in Hong Kong and she studied Chinese at universities in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Anastasia is working at Charltons, a Hong Kong solicitors firm with considerable experience in advising Russian companies and financial institution on Hong Kong law and regulation.
The main direction of Anastasia’s professional activity is to promote the establishment of strong and friendly relations between Russia, China and Hong Kong within the framework of the One Belt, One Road Initiative. This includes providing legal assistance to Russian companies wishing to conduct business in Hong Kong, China and Myanmar, as well as listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Selected recent highlights include the following:
Speaker at the International Legal Forum on “Investment and Financial Cooperation with Asia and the Middle East: Obstacles and Recommendations” Kazan, Russia
Organiser of the Business Forum of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization on “Belt and Road: Innovation and Development” Hong Kong
Moderator at the legal salon of the Shenzhen Lawyers Association on “One belt, One Road Initiative” Shenzhen, China
Conducted a series of seminars in Chinese on “Legal aspects of investing in Russia under One Belt, One Road Initiative” Hanzhou, Wenzhou, Yiwu, Shaoxing, China
Speaker at the Round table on “Perspectives of Hong Kong under One Belt, One Road” Hong Kong