Anton studied law (with a focus on public international law and transnational commercial law) at the Russian Foreign Trade Academy, Moscow, Russia and graduated at the top of his class in 2007. Between 2007 and 2013 he practiced law as an in-house counsel for the major Russian non state-owned commercial banks, particularly in the areas of corporate finance and financial services regulation. In 2013 he came to Oxford as a Hill Foundation Scholar and completed the MJur in 2014.

Anton's research seeks to provide a complex and detailed analysis of the relevance and the impact of the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, with a particular focus on the history of what aspires to be one of the most commercially successful international conventions to date. His study will assess how both academics and practitioners can benefit from the  convention's unique features and explore the various developmental patterns of the convention and transnational commercial law generally.

Languages: English, Russian


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Corporate Finance; Law and Finance; International Trade; Transnational Commercial Law

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