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Gulnur Bekmukhanbetova

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Gulnur Bekmukhanbetovais an associate in Baker Mckenzie's Almaty, Kazakhstan. Her experience includes representing clients on a number of cross-border finance transactions. Gulnur frequently advises various international companies across multiple industries in connection with compliance issues in Kazakhstan.

The Cape Town Convention is designed to protect rights of owners and financiers in movable property, including aircraft and aircraft engines. As a result, lenders, banks, leasing companies and investors would be able to benefit from internationally recognized legal framework and standards for cross-border aircraft leasing and financing transactions. Borrowers and lessees (airlines) potentially should be able to better manage transaction risks, thus reducing costs in respect of Kyrgyz-registered aircraft or aircraft mortgaged by or leased to Kyrgyz entities.

On 6 October and 19 December 2020, Kazakhstan’s President signed Law No. 365-VI ZRK1 and Law No. 384-VI ZRK2 (“Amendments”), respectively, which introduced certain changes to the country’s anti-corruption legislation, including the Anti-Corruption Law,3 Criminal Code4 and Civil Code.5 Law No. 365-VI ZRK became effective on 18 October 2020, and Law No. 384-VI ZRK came into effect on 31 December 2020.