Marina Voloshinovskaya Associate
Attorney at Law

Marina Voloshinovskaya

Associate
Attorney at Law
+41 58 450 70 00
marina.voloshinovskaya@lenzstaehelin.com
Geneva
Route de Chêne 30
CH-1211 Geneva
www.lenzstaehelin.com
  • Expertise

    Marina Voloshinovskaya is a senior associate at our Geneva office, where she is a member of the Banking and Finance group. Marina's main areas of practice include banking and finance, investigations, asset management, corporate, commercial and contractual matters.

  • Practices

  • Professional Experience and Education

    and Education

    2019 Associate at Lenz & Staehelin
    2014-17 Paralegal at Lenz & Staehelin
    2019 Admission to Geneva Bar
    2017 University of Geneva (BLaw)
    2013 University of Geneva (MLaw in Commercial Law)
    2008 The Russian Law Academy of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, Moscow (lic. iur.)
  • Specialist Areas

    Banking and Finance, Investigations, Commercial and Contracts, Corporate and M&A, Asset Management
  • Languages

    French, English, Russian, Ukrainian
  • Memberships

    Geneva Bar Association (OdA), Swiss Bar Association (SBA)
  • Contact Details

Insights

Insights 05.02.2024

Swiss sanctions against Russia – Implementation of the EU 12th Sanctions Package

Swiss sanctions against Russia – Implementation of the EU 12th Sanctions…

The Swiss Federal Council continues aligning the Swiss sanctions regime to the EU sanctions against Russia. On 31 January 2024, the Swiss Federal Council adopted further measures against Russia, in line with the 12th sanctions package adopted by the European Union (EU). This follows a move on 21 December 2023 where the Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research (DEFR) added 147 individuals and entities to the Swiss sanctions list. The latest measures impose additional commercial and financial sector restrictions, including a ban on the importation of diamonds, pig iron, and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). In the financial sector, these sanctions extend to prohibiting Russian nationals and residents from holding controlling stakes in Swiss companies that provide crypto-asset services, alongside stringent enforcement of the oil price cap on Russian crude oil and petroleum products to curtail Russia's oil revenue.

Insights 15.01.2024

Swiss sanctions against Russia – Approaching deadlines for renewing declarations of assets and transactions reporting

Swiss sanctions against Russia – Approaching deadlines for renewing…

The SECO has updated its "frequently asked questions" (FAQ) document, notably revising its section 1.5, which addresses reporting requirements for frozen assets under Article 16 of the Ordinance on measures in connection with the situation in Ukraine ("UKRO").

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