Kazakhstan is the leading economy in Central Asia due to its wealth of natural resources and a stable government which has reinforced its positions since independence. The launch of the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) has become an essential step towards economic diversification. The Kazakhstan 2050 strategy aims to further diversify the economy through innovation in research, infrastructure, health, education and agriculture. The Kazakh authorities plan to increase the share of renewable sources in the overall structure of electricity consumption: by 30% by 2030 and by 50% by 2050. Private-public partnership projects have been developing quite well.

Additionally, the status of Kazakhstan as a transit country will allow to significantly benefit from the Chinese Silk Road Initiative. This creates environment for the foreign investment. Through our office in Kazakhstan we ensure legal counsel for those businesses which discover Kazakhstan as a new market, from their first steps and further on.

In Kazakhstan we are available for clients in our offices in Almaty and Astana, as well as in representative offices in Karaganda and Atyrau. We advise in all essential Kazakh commercial law matters and are familiar with the specifics of various industries based on many years of consulting experience.


Kurmangazy Talzhanov


Svetlana Shtopol

Partner, Kazakhstan

Duman Akhmetov

Partner, Kazakhstan