Webinar “Doing Business In Kazakhstan” – Corporate Governance

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On August 12, an online seminar “Doing business in Kazakhstan. JV. Consortium. AIFC”, whose speakers were Sarsenova Zaira, partner and Aruzhan Aimak, adviser of GRATA International.

The issues that were discussed by Sarsenova Zaira during the seminar related to key points on the legal regulation of joint ventures and consortia, including corporate governance,

decision-making mechanisms and partnership breakdown.

Aruzhan Aimak in his speech highlighted the features of the AIFC legal regime, the establishment of enterprises in the territory of the center, and also noted some practical aspects of corporate governance in the AIFC.

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