Sorainen has helped Holm Bank become the first credit institution in Estonia to obtain a credit institution license from the European Central Bank under the new European Union Single Supervision Mechanism framework.
Dimitrov Petrov & Co has helped Telenor Bulgaria obtain regulatory permission necessary for conducting the business of an insurance agent.
Mrowiec Fialek and Partners has advised private equity fund Value4Capital on the sale of the Konsalnet group's operations in the field of security of persons and assets, including manned guarding, GPS monitoring, and technical security systems, to Separgefi SAS.
Paskoy has advised Ziraat Katilim on its entry into a EUR 250 million murabaha syndicated loan agreement with the participation of Bank ABC, Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC, Emirates NBD Capital Limited, Standard Chartered Bank, and Warba Bank. Dentons reportedly advised the afore-mentioned banks involved on the loan agreement.
Dorda has advised Swiss milk processor EMMI AG on the acquisition of a 66% stake in Leeb Biomilch GmbH and its affiliate company Hale GmbH, the Austrian suppliers of organic goat milk and sheep milk products, from shareholders Hubert Leeb and Jorg Hackenbuchner. Hasch & Partner advised Leeb Biomilch GmbH.
Cobalt has advised the BaltCap Growth Fund on investing almost EUR 3 million of growth capital in Viru Haigla AS to expand the Pihlakodu chain of elderly care homes. As a result of the transaction, BaltCap will acquire a minority shareholding in Viru Haigla AS.
Former Allen & Overy Senior Associate and Head of Real Estate in Slovakia Vojtech Palinkas has joined Slovakia's MCL law firm, where he will co-head the Real Estate, Projects, M&A, and Corporate law practices.
K&L Gates and Integrites have advised NBT on the financing documents for Segment 2 of Ukraine’s Syvash Wind Power Project, with commitments of an additional EUR 107.6 million of further senior debt coming from the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (EUR 30 million), Proparco (approximately EUR 42 million), Finnfund and IFU (EUR 15 million each), and the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (EUR 5 million). The lenders were advised on Ukrainian law by Redcliffe Partners and on English law by Clifford Chance.
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