Dentons has advised CPI Property Group on the EUR 2.5 billion bridge loan facility to finance its takeover offer for all outstanding shares and convertible bonds of Immofinanz AG. Linklaters reportedly advised the banks involved in the deal.
Even though situated at the outskirts of the EU, Poland undoubtedly serves as one of the main pathways into the Union’s affluent west. The importance of its infrastructure is reflected in its prioritized investment position. Looking at investments made by the European Investment Bank alone, one could see that out of the EUR 79.8 billion invested in the country since 1990, about 47% went to infrastructure.
Dentons, working alongside Kirkland & Ellis, has advised KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners on their acquisition of CyrusOne. Reportedly, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison also advised GIP, while Cravath, Swaine & Moore, Venable, and Eversheds Sutherland advised CyrusOne.
Karanovic & Partners, alongside Dentons and Weksler Bregman, has advised Big Shopping Centers on raising approximately EUR 55 million through issuing secured bonds on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange by refinancing the Big Fashion Kragujevac, Big Krusevac, and Big Fashion Outlet Indjija shopping centers in Serbia.
The rights and obligations of virtual asset market participants, as well as the principles of state policy for virtual assets circulation recently came close to being set out in Ukrainian law. On September 8, 2021, the Ukrainian parliament, the Verkhovna Rada (the “Rada”) adopted the Law “On Virtual Assets” (the “Law”). The Law is designed to regulate legal relations arising in connection with the circulation of virtual assets in Ukraine.