Anna Maximenko is an international counsel in the Moscow office and a member of the Corporate Department. Her practice focuses on M&A, general corporate advice, as well as employment, antitrust, data protection and regulatory issues, including banking, insurance and healthcare and pharmaceuticals.
Prior to joining the firm in 2011, Ms Maximenko was an associate at the Moscow office of a leading international law firm.
Ms Maximenko graduated with honours from the Saratov State Academy of Law in 1999. She is a member of the Association of Antimonopoly Experts.
Ms Maximenko co-authored the chapters on Russia in the first edition of Global Legal Insights Banking Regulation published by the Global Legal Group Ltd, London and in the first edition of Executive Compensation & Employee Benefits, Getting The Deal Through (July 2015). Other recent articles include ‘Between A Rock And A Hard Place: Anti-Corruption Compliance And Antitrust Law In Russia’, CEE Legal Matters (May 2015), ‘Russia Issues Detailed Recommendations on Compliance with Russian Anti-Corruption Laws’, Corporate Compliance Zeitschrift (May 2014), ‘The FCPA in Review – Parts I and II: Release of the Government’s Guidance Caps a Year of Disparate Developments’, Financial Fraud Law Report (April and May 2013), and ‘Russia's Anti-Corruption Efforts: The Latest Legislation’, Law360 (July 2012). Further, Ms Maximenko assisted the International Chamber of Commerce with translation and launching of the ICC Antitrust Compliance Toolkit in Russia and co-authored the Scientific-practical commentary to the Federal Law ‘On Protection of Competition’.
Ms Maximenko is admitted to practise in Russia and is fluent in Russian and English.