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Nyerges & Partners Opens Doors in Romania

Nyerges & Partners Opens Doors in Romania

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Former Vlasceanu, Nyerges & Partners Partner Mihaela Nyerges has established Nyerges & Partners in Romania, with the new firm opening for business on January 1, 2023.

Specializing in corporate and M&A, real estate, and finance, Nyerges was previously a Partner with Vlasceanu, Nyerges & Partners from 2021 to 2023. From 2020 to 2021, she was a Managing Associate at MPR Partners. Earlier still, she spent over 14 years with Tuca Zbarcea & Asociatii, from 2005 to 2020, having first joined as an Associate, being promoted to Senior Associate in 2008, and Managing Associate in 2010. She was also an Associate with Musat & Asociatii, from 2003 to 2005, and with Ernst & Young in 2003.

According to a press statement, "Nyerges & Partners will focus on mergers & acquisitions, energy & natural resources, real estate & urbanism, construction, corporate & commercial, environment, banking & finance, and EU funding. Its client portfolio includes both local entrepreneurs and international companies. Currently, the firm has a team of five lawyers, but it is actively expanding, with plans to add three more lawyers by the end of this year."

"Our law firm was founded with a commitment to deliver exceptional services based on our top-tier law firm expertise and to act as true partners to our clients by providing them with the dedicated attention and responsiveness of a boutique law firm," Nyerges commented. "We have carefully built our team by selecting lawyers who share our high professional and ethical standards, and we are committed to fostering an environment that promotes their well-being and professional development. In addition to serving our clients, we are deeply invested in contributing our expertise to improve the business environment in Romania by being actively involved in the activity of the business associations."

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