Business programme

Legal Aspects of Implementing PPP Projects

Congress Centre, conference hall D3
Business and Investment in the Face of Sanctions
The PPP market is not only one of the main drivers of the economy today, it is also a key factor behind a nation’s growth and influence in the world. The unprecedented sanctions imposed on Russia failed, along with attempts to isolate the country. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the PPP sector. Not only did the number of far-reaching projects not decline (either in Russia or abroad), it actually increased. Thanks to public-private partnerships, infrastructure is being built, high-tech developments are being used, and international initiatives (encompassing several states and businesses operating across various jurisdictions) are under way. Supranational legal constructions which were previously the norm are now being employed less and less for the reasons outlined above. When structuring PPP projects, priority is given to sovereign national law. How does this work? What should regulators and legal experts do to ensure that PPP projects are implemented faster and more efficiently, and that the interests of all participants are best protected?


Alexander Moskovkin
Head of the Law Section, Rossiyskaya Gazeta Internet Portal


Alexey Abramov
General Director, Arkhyz-Sinara-Invest
Anna Batueva
Managing Director for Legal Support, National Center for PPP
Kirill Bykov
Deputy General Director for Legal Affairs, Atlant Investments
Vladimir Golubev
Deputy General Director, 1520 Group of Companies
Yuriy Korsun
Deputy Chairman, VEB.RF
Mikhail Popov
Deputy Head, The Federal Agency for State Property Management (Rosimuschestvo)
Nikita Filippov
Head, MCВA “Bureau of Lawyers “De jure”