University of Southern California Gould School of Law (L.L.M., 2015, with honors)
Ural State Law University (J.D. 2012, summa cum laude)
Co-Chair, International Finance & Securities Committee, American Bar Association International Law Section
Certificate with Distinction in Financial Markets at Yale University
Advanced Certificate in International Tax Planning at Leiden University
Certificate in Corporate Finance at University of Pennsylvania
Kristina Subbotina is a corporate and securities attorney focusing her practice on advising investors, investment funds and startups on formation, capital raising, compliance and exit strategies, as well as day-to-day business operations. Ms. Subbotina also prepares and negotiates documents for matters such as debt and equity financings, formation of master series limited partnerships and limited liability companies, founders’ agreements and stock option plans.
Before joining RLG in 2018, Ms. Subbotina worked in-house for a public healthcare technology corporation, Alternate Health Corporation, where she focused on drafting and negotiating contracts as well as carrying out a legally-compliant offering of digital assets. Ms. Subbotina also worked at Tala, a FinTech start-up located in Santa Monica, California. Ms. Subbotina guided Tala through its international expansion and its $10 million Series A and $30 million Series B rounds of financing. She was instrumental in the build-out of Tala’s strong legal compliance foundation.
Previously, Kristina was an extern to the Honorable Judge Alex Kozinski at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Ms. Subbotina is admitted to the bars of New York State and Russia. She is a native Russian speaker.
“Investment Funds Primer: Different Hedge Fund Structures,” co-authored with Arina Shulga, http://www.businesslawpost.com, October 9, 2018
“Managing Big Data Privacy and Security,” co-authored with Aliya Ramji et al., International Law News, Volume 46, Number 1, November 1, 2017
“U.S. Companies Doing Business in the Americas: Expansion Check-list,” American Bar Association Newsletter, Volume 6, Issue 1, March 2017
“The Lifting of the Foreign Ownership Restriction on Adjustment, Lending and Financing Companies,” American Bar Association ICCC Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1, February 22, 2017
“Russia’s entering WTO: How Russian Business Law is Changing,” Ural State Law University, Yekaterinburg, April 2013
“U.S. Companies Doing Business in the Americas,” ABA International Law Section Fall Meeting, Miami FL, October 27, 2017