Uranium One Inc. announced that it was successful in completing its offering of bonds in Russia for gross proceeds of US$463.5 million.
This transaction was precedent-setting because it is the first time a Canadian public company has issued bonds in Russia. Uranium One is one of the world's largest publicly traded uranium producers with assets located in Kazakhstan, the United States and Australia.
Uranium One Inc. was represented internally by John Sibley, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Lloyd Hong, Senior Vice President and Legal Counsel, and Bo Crnatovic.
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP was lead counsel to Uranium One, with a team comprising John Turner, John Elias, Greg Ho Yuen, Ron Nobrega and Samir Murji. Linklaters was Russian counsel to Uranium One with a team comprising Andrei Murygin, Simon Few and Ilya Bareysha.
Clifford Chance was Russian counsel to Troika Dialog with a team that comprised Tamar Amara, Shreyas Sridhar and Thea Gausel. McCarthy Tétrault LLP was Canadian counsel to Troika Dialog with a team that comprised David Woollcombe, Matthew Cumming, Michael Nicholas, James Gage, James Morand and Candace Pallone.