David I. Gottlieb’s practice focuses on capital markets transactions as well as public and private mergers and acquisitions. He has extensive experience in the firm’s capital markets and M&A practices in Russia.
David joined the firm in 1995 and became a partner in 2003. From 1995-1997 and from 2000-2009, he was resident in the New York office and from 1997-2000, he was resident in the London office. He was resident in the Moscow office from 2009-2010.
The Republic of Armenia in its $500 million Eurobond and simultaneous tender offer, and in its debut $700 million Eurobond offering.
The Hellenic Republic in its €3 billion notes offering, Greece's first syndicated offering in the term bond markets after March 2010, and in its €1.5 billion notes offering, Greece's second bond offering after it regained access to the international bond markets in April 2014.
HSBC Holdings in its inaugural $3.75 billion contingent convertible securities offering.
VTB Bank on the privatization of a 10% stake in the bank, in the form of GDRs listed on the London Stock Exchange, by the Russian Government.
Alfa Bank, Credit Suisse, and Renaissance Capital as lead managers in the $330 million Reg S/Rule 144A IPO and listing on the London Stock Exchange of ROS AGRO PLC.
J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, and Renaissance Capital as lead managers in a $360 million Reg S/Rule 144A IPO and London listing of HMS Hydraulic Machines & Systems Group plc (HMS).
The Russian Federation in its $5.5 billion Eurobond offering, the first such offering by the sovereign in more than 10 years and its RUB 40 billion Eurobond, one of the largest-ever local currency Eurobonds.
Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley as dealer managers in an exchange offer by VimpelCom Ltd., a newly incorporated Bermuda company headquartered in the Netherlands, for all of the outstanding shares and ADSs of OJSC Vimpel-Communications, the first ever public cross-border U.S./Russian exchange offer.
April 04, 2019
January 26, 2017
September 24, 2015
December 08, 2008
September 04, 2008