Dmytro Fedoruk is one of the founding partners of Redcliffe Partners.
Named by Delo.UA newspaper amongst the Top 50 business leaders in the “Top 300 Best Managers in Ukraine”, Dmytro has more than 15 years of experience advising foreign and Ukrainian clients on a broad range of M&A/JV transactions, investment projects and special situations in Ukraine.
Before founding Redcliffe Partners, Dmytro practised law in the Kyiv and London offices of Clifford Chance, as well as in the Kyiv office of Chadbourne & Parke.
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Dmytro’s experience includes advising:
- The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in connection with the 30% equity investment in Raiffeisen Bank Aval
- Petrocommerce Bank, a major Russian bank, in connection with the sale of its Ukrainian subsidiary
- Abris Capital in connection with the investment in a Ukrainian debt factoring and collection business
- Sputnik Group and several other purchasers in connection with the acquisition of a share in a Ukrainian insurance business
- A strategic investor in connection with the acquisition of QBE Insurance
- A strategic investor in connection with the acquisition of AXA Insurance Ukraine and AXA Life Insurance Ukraine from AXA Group and BNP Paribas Group
- A strategic investor in connection with the acquisition of Universalna Insurance Company from a Ukrainian high net worth individual and a group of private equity investors, including Goldman Sachs, Horizon Capital, Dragon Capital and Genesis
- Ukrainian Energy, a joint venture of Aspect Energy, a Denver-based oil and gas company, and SigmaBleyzer, a Houston-based investment firm, in connection with the 18-month negotiations with the Ukrainian Government regarding the USD110 million contract for oil and gas exploration and production within the Varvynska block
- Shell in connection with the establishment of a joint venture for the operation of network of petrol stations in Ukraine
- Chevron in connection with 18-month negotiations of the production sharing agreement with the Ukrainian Government for shale gas within the Oleska block
- Ukrnafta, Ukraine’s largest oil company, on a potential sale of its gas producing assets to NAK Naftogaz of Ukraine
- TNK-BP in connection with the proposed sale of Lysychansk refinery and the acquisition of a large network of petrol stations in Ukraine
- UGV, Ukraine’s largest gas producer, in connection with:
- the preparation of the production sharing agreement for the Berestianska block
- the entering into the first-ever in Ukraine production enhancement contract in respect of several petroleum fields in Western Ukraine