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Russia: The impact of sanctions on loan obligations with Russian parties
Join Reorg and Partners Fiona Huntriss and Matthew Getz from law firm Pallas LLP as we examine the effect of U.K. and EU sanctions on the obligations owed by borrowers to Russian lenders. We will explore the possible unexpected issues that borrowers might face and flag where non - Russian lenders could also be caught out

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Shan Qureshi
Head of Legal Restructuring Innovation and Initiatives @Reorg
Shan focuses on distressed debt situations and restructurings for EMEA Core Credit. Prior to joining Reorg, Shan was an associate in the financial restructuring group at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, where he represented distressed debt investors and bondholder committees on a range of restructurings. He completed his L.P.C. at the College of Law, London, read law at the University of Manchester and is admitted to the roll of solicitors of England and Wales.
Fiona Huntriss
Partner @Pallas LLP
Focusing on litigation and broader disputes strategies, Fiona’s portfolio encompasses high-profile finance litigation, restructuring and insolvency-related litigation, and sovereign debt disputes. She frequently litigates both before the English Courts and other fora, in complex, multi-jurisdictional and novel situations, as well as maintaining a strong advisory practice working with clients to understand litigation risk and develop litigation strategies ahead of time. Fiona is described in Legal 500 UK as “a brilliant partner … a great tactician [who] knows the law inside out.”
Matthew Getz
Partner @Pallas LLP
A seasoned expert, Matt’s practice focuses on sanctions, government and internal investigations, white collar defence, anti-corruption, asset freezing and data and privacy. He has led large investigations, conducted multiple representations before prosecutors and regulators, and represented clients in criminal matters in court. He also has an active civil litigation practice, focusing on fraud and bribery. Described as a “tough and assertive lawyer (who) you want on your side” by Legal 500, Matt is recognized for his financial crime and anti-corruption expertise, and is named by Who’s Who Legal as a “leading investigative lawyer.”