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Corporate Regulations / M&A

Corporate Law & Finance

Corporate Regulations / M&A

Corporate Law & Finance

Since the foundation of the firm, we have provided advice in all areas of corporate law:

  • mergers and acquisitions,
  • capital markets,
  • financial law,
  • commercial contracts,
  • maritime law,
  • company law,
  • insurance.

The increasing complexity of transactions and the enactment of industry-specific legislation have paved the way for the creation of new specialist practice areas. It is the cornerstone of our firm and is staffed by a group of lawyers specialized in advising companies and individuals alike in all types of business, financial and commercial transactions, be they national, foreign, listed or unlisted. We advise on general commercial law matters that are common to all practice areas and industry sectors, such as general contracts, incorporation and liquidation of companies, keeping of company records and agency agreements. The corporate practice covers the entire range of business, financial and commercial transactions; often coordinating with experts from the firm’s other areas. The corporate lawyers in ELL provide services to State-owned or private companies, whether Armenian or multi-national, in all areas of their business activity.

Specific expertise includes:

  • mergers and acquisitions,
  • corporate (re-)structuring,
  • private equity,
  • initial and secondary public offerings (IPOs and SPOs),
  • corporate finance,
  • acquisition finance,
  • due diligence,
  • corporate governance,
  • business set-ups, corporate reorganization and winding-up,
  • joint ventures, strategic alliances and consortia - Securities / capital markets,
  • competition and anti-trust,
  • corporate dispute resolution,
  • insolvency / bankruptcy.

Our firm boasts lawyers with diverse legal training and linguistic abilities and it affords us special expertise in regards to the international aspects of business law and allows us to offer our clients ample experience on legal issues with international implications.

Corporate Regulations / M&A