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Alexander Gasparyan


Alexander Gasparyan
Armenian, English, Russian
Practice Group

As a counsel in our banking practice, Alexander Gasparyan helps clients on spectrum of finance transactions. No matter whether you are lender, borrower or lessor making a secured or unsecured lending, syndicated finance, ECA-backed financing, aircraft or equipment lease (or even a repossession matter), complicated case involving restructuring or insolvency or taking or enforcing security, Alexander is always on the ground to help you. 

Despite that Alexander is based in our Moscow office, his everyday practice expands internationally focusing in English and foreign law asset finance, banking, trade, commodities and export financing which erases the boundaries for cooperation with financial institutions, leasing companies and major corporates around the Europe. 

Given his diverse practice, Alexander has assisted clients from many industry sectors, including financial institutions, aviation and maritime, mining, oil, gas and LNG. Alex cultivates personal approach to each client. After long hours of negotiations, he is always ready to move your interaction to an informal level, for instance, inviting clients to contend at a table tennis or football game.

Representative experience

Supporting VTB Capital on a RUB6.5bn facility restructuring of Russ Outdoor, the Russian subsidiary of the major European outdoor advertisement Group News Outdoor.

As a regular counsel to AerCap on a number of aircraft portfolio restructuring and repossession matters involving Russia & CIS jurisdictions.

Supported the Polish airline LOT in a portfolio restructuring of its subsidiary, Eurolot, a matter including 10 aircraft redeliveries from NAC, a European lessor.

Education and admissions


  • Law Degree, Ulyanovsk State University, 2005
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