NNDKP assisted Marcos Provit, a local pharmaceutical services network, in issuing cross-border corporate bonds worth 8.5 million euros through private placement, under the coordination of the Polish private debt fund CVI.
On 25 March 2022, The National Bank of Romania organized, together with the Faculty of Law of the West University of Timisoara, the banking conference centered on the theme “Digitalization of the banking system. Opportunities, risks, and progress”.
On March 17, Chambers & Partners released the results of its 2021 European research, a benchmark when it comes to recognizing the best law firms and legal practitioners in the region.
NNDKP successfully assisted AAylex ONE, one of the leading Romanian players in the food industry, in securing a lei 431 million financing.
On October 22, 2021, the Faculty of Law of the West University of Timisoara, in collaboration with the National Bank of Romania, organized the 25th edition of the Banking Law Conference (in Romanian „Conferința de Drept Bancar”). The event is part of the prestigious Legal Colloquia of the National Bank of Romania.
Acest articol a fost pregătit pentru și a fost publicat pentru prima dată în suplimentul-ediție specială din luna septembrie 2021 Bancherii al revistei Piata Financiara, o publicație lunară editată de FinMedia SRL.
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) successfully assisted a syndicate of banks consisting of Banca Comercială Română (as mandated lead arranger, bookrunner, documentation agent, facility agent, security agent and lender), CEC Bank (as mandated lead arranger and lender), Raiffeisen Bank (as mandated lead arranger and lender), Banca Transilvania and Banca Românească (as lenders), in connection with a new financing of lei 278 million (approximately EUR 56,3 million) granted to Rodbun Group, one of the leading agro-business companies in Romania.
During the first part of 2021, AAylex Group, one of the leading Romanian players in the food industry, finalized the acquisition of Banvit, the local subsidiary of the Brazilian giant, BRF, through a transaction that represented a premiere on the domestic market. The project prompted yet another premiere for the Romanian business environment, with the acquisition being financed by CEC Bank and EximBank.