Before joining Gazprombank, the third-largest bank in Russia by assets, Elena Borisenko served as a representative to Russia’s minister of justice in the Russian Constitutional Court, where she helped craft law and helped begin an annual international legal forum in St. Petersburg.

In 2015, Borisenko became the general counsel of Moscow-based Gazprombank, where she helped to restructure the legal department and placed an emphasis on making legal a partner in business plans, rather than an adviser. She currently leads a team of roughly 300 lawyers and said she has structured the legal department as if it is a law firm within a bank.

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