Angelina Fitoz has 18 years of experience in advising corporate and private clients on international public and private law, Russian and international taxation, and equity law, as well as experience in supporting major transactions and representing clients in international arbitration disputes.
She specializes in supporting the construction of holding structures with a foreign element, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the establishment of trusts and funds, conducting a comprehensive legal audit (legal due diligence) and asset protection. In particular, Angelina provided comprehensive legal support for obtaining financial, banking and Forex licenses for major international financial-market participants in the Russian Federation, the Republic of Cyprus, New Zealand, Great Britain, the Republic of Vanuatu, the British Virgin Islands, Labuan, Estonia, Luxembourg, etc.
Angelina is also an expert in the field of international arbitration. Her experience includes a high-profile case to protect athletes at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne over doping allegations. She represented clients in the international arbitration court of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in the United States in cases of expropriation from illegal domain name ownership.
Before becoming a co-founder and managing partner of Lawitt Hamilton, Angelina held the position of managing partner of the law firm Staub Prinzip, where she was also a co-owner. Previously, she was a legal adviser to the President and the main shareholder of the Alpari group of companies, as well as a partner and head of the international service of the English law firm Tax Consulting.
Angelina graduated with honors from the International University with a Master's Degree in Law. She speaks English, Turkish and Italian.