Last week, on February 11-12, the International Bar Committee in collaboration with the European Regional Forum organized in Paris the fourth edition of the “IBA European Corporate and Private M&A Conference”.
Published in “Euromoney’s Women in Business Law” – 5th edition, in August 2015 Year 1990 marked Romania’s onset on transition towards market economy and it was then that “business” and “profit” ceased to be associated with a fraudulent activity. The country embarked on a difficult road to eliminate trade barriers, facilitate free capital movements and support the dynamics of target domains such as energy, financial services, IT and electronics, automotive and telecommunications and to strengthen the private sector, while simultaneously reducing the direct implication of the state in economy.
This year, the ninth edition of the NNDKP Special Award was offered to Hella Romania, one of the largest manufacturers of electronic components for the automotive industry, for its contribution to the industrial development of the region, consisting in setting up its sixth international corporate center, near Timișoara.
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen has been selected to represent Romania in the European Commission’s initiative supporting gender diversity.
Lex Mundi, the world’s leading network of independent law firms, announced the launch of its new brand identity. The repositioned brand focuses on a client-oriented strategy (as opposed to the previous one focused on bringing together top independent international law firms. The new strategy is supported by a new visual identity, a new tagline (“World Ready”), motto (“The law firms that know your markets”) and layout of communication materials, all reflecting the benefits of collaborating with the member firms of Lex Mundi, an association with global coverage and local expertise.
NNDKP recognized the Romanian subsidiary of a large German manufacturer of components for the automotive industry for its contribution to the development of vocational education in Timis County, both at the conceptual and implementation levels of the theoretical and practical programs at King Ferdinand I Technical College of Timisoara.