GRATA International was ranked by Chambers and Partners Asia- Pacific Guide 2016

GRATA International was ranked 
by Chambers and Partners Asia-
Pacific Guide 2016

GRATA International was ranked by Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific Guide 2016

A new edition of the most authoritative international rating - Chambers&Partners Asia-Pacific Guide 2016 has been published this month.

In the new Kazakhstani law firms rating, GRATA International is recommended as a partner for the following practices:

-        Corporate and Finance

-        Dispute Resolution

This year, Chambers&Partners Asia-Pacific Guide 2016 appreciated Bakhyt Tukulov and Shaimerden Chikanayev, GRATA International partners, as notable practitioners in Kazakhstan.

Bakhyt Tukulov is the Head Dispute Resolution Department, whose team is known for dedicated litigation practice with a focus on arbitration, debt recovery, intellectual property and antimonopoly issues. Special attention shall be paid to the department experience in the settlement of construction-related disputes.

Quotes from client feedbacks:

"They are very efficient and client-oriented."

"The firm’s lawyers complement each other and function well as a team."

"GRATA International is a good local firm with a high level of client service." 

The Banking and Finance Department lead by Shaimerden Chikanayev is appreciated for its experience in banking and finance sector, as well as in handling various corporate/M&A issues. The department is also notable for activity in the energy and natural resources sector, advising of prominent financial institutions as well as oil and gas corporations.

Shaimerden Chikanayev is a well known lawyer in the area of banking and finance and has additional expertise across M&A, project finance and capital markets. Shaimerden is currently engaged in the development of GRATA’s Mongolia desk.

A team of Chambers and Partners experts provide for annual independent research of legal services market in terms of the best law firms and lawyers in the majority of countries. The Chambers&Partners Asia-Pacific Guide rating is based on the results of a firm in the year of research, including the most prominent deals and projects, other international ratings, as well as growth and development of the firm. 

Banking and FinanceCorporate LawCorporate LawDispute Resolution