Alina Plyushch specializes in private wealth management, corporate law, M&A, corporate finance and capital markets. She has extensive professional experience in advising clients on corporate restructuring, share and asset sales, joint ventures, private placement and capital markets transactions. Alina is a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales.
As one of the leading private wealth management specialists in Ukraine, Alina heads the firm’s private clients practice. Ms Plyushch has substantial experience advising clients on the most sophisticated private wealth management issues, including protection of the rights of beneficial owners of large Ukrainian and foreign business groups. She regularly advises on setting up trust structures, foundations, investment funds and segregated portfolio companies.
Before joining Sayenko Kharenko, Alina worked with Norton Rose (London office) and leading Ukrainian law firms.
Private clients review
Why is Cyprus more important for Ukrainian businessman than Latvia?
Why are personal sanctions important for businesses in Ukraine?
Persistence of temporary: Ukrainian business and international sanctions (in Russian)
BEPS, CRS, FATCA, KYC, UBO: what business should be aware of? (in Russian)
Road to partnership (in Ukrainian)
Beneficial owner’s mythology (in Ukrainian)
What are personal sanctions and why are they risky? (in Russian)
Business and sanctions. How to avoid risks (in Russian)
The Private Wealth and Private Client Review 2017: Ukraine
The deoffshorization of fourth stage (in Russian)
Is it necessary to legalize gambling in Ukraine? (in Russian)