30 October 2020
Online discussion “Moscow vs Hong Kong: listing of russian companies”

The stock exchange plays a key role in the development of the financial sector and is a place of transparent market pricing for financial assets. Furthermore, stocks that are listed on various exchanges provide access to various types of investors.

Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners and Charltons invites you to join an online seminar to discuss how one can potentially access  companies being listed on the Moscow and the Hong Kong Stock Exchanges – ­­ the largest financial centers in the former USSR and Asia.

The event is to be held online on October 30, 2020 (Friday) from 13:00 to 14:30 (Moscow time).

At the online seminar, we are to discuss the following topics*:

  • “Double” listing on the Moscow and the Hong Kong Exchanges through the lens of Russian law
  • Russian statutory requirements for foreign businesses for securities of IPJSCs registered in special administrative regions
  • Ins and outs of Listings on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKEX)HKEX 
  • Country Guide - Russia: listing of Russian companies and offerings in Hong Kong. Case study: UC Rusal and IRC Limited
  • ESG in Hong Kong: special COVID-19-related measures


  • Oleg USHAKOV, Banking & Finance and Capital Markets Counsel at Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners;
  • Roman MALOVITSKY, Banking & Finance and Capital Markets Counsel at Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners;
  • Anastasia GORDEEVA, Belt and Road Manager at Charltons.

In order to make our discussion more relevant, we would invite you to send your questions to in advance but no later than on October 29, 2020.

Attendance** is free of charge but requires pre-registration.

The event is to be held in Russian, with no translation.

Contacts: Natalia Nikulina, Elmira Smirnova, +7 (495) 935 80 10,

* The program is subject to amendments.

** The event is off-limits for law and consulting firms, private lawyers and attorneys. The organizers reserve their right to deny admission


Oleg Ushakov

Oleg Ushakov