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Dentons advised the offering managers — including Haitong Bank, mBank, Pekao Investment Banking, Wood&Co, Raiffeisen Centrobank, Mercurius, Trigon and Vestor — on the initial public offering and listing on the Warsaw Stock Exchange of Polish debt collection company GetBack S.A. Greeberg Traurig advised Getback S.A. and its only shareholder, DNLD Holdings B.V. (an entity controlled by a consortium of private equity funds led by funds from the Abris Capital Partners Group), on the initial public offering of shares and listing.

Aequo has advised Agroprosperis Bank, the Ukrainian asset of the private equity fund managed by NCH Capital (USA) focused on providing professional financing solutions to Ukrainian agricultural producers, on an additional shares issue in the course of an increase of the registered capital up to UAH 210 million.

White & Case has advised Play Communications S.A. (Play) and its shareholders, Novator and Olympia, on the EUR 1 billion initial public offering of Play on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, which values the company at EUR 4 billion (PLN 16 billion). Play will be listed on July 27, 2017. Latham & Watkins advised the banks on the IPO, which is reported to be Europe's largest IPO in the telecommunications sector since June 2015, and one of the five largest Polish IPOs ever.

The Yegin Ciftci Attorney Partnership and Clifford Chance have advised the IFC on its USD 150 million investment in covered bonds issued by Turkey’s Garanti Bank. The five-year maturity bond is backed by a portfolio of residential mortgages and is issued as part of Garanti Bank’s EUR 5 billion covered bonds program. Mayer Brown advised Garanti on the matter.

Lakatos, Koves and Partners has provided Hungarian law advice to Mid Europa Partners in relation to the IPO of Waberer’s International Nyrt., one of Europe’s largest haulage and logistics companies. White & Case acted as international legal advisor, and Shearman & Sterling and Kinstellar represented the Mandated Lead Arrangers.  

Balcioglu Selcuk Akman Keki Attorney Partnership and Dentons have advised selling shareholders Ru-Net and Target Global and an unnamed group of non-selling shareholders on Delivery Hero AG’s USD 1.1 billion initial public offering on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Lead Arrangers Citi, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley were represented by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Sullivan & Cromwell, King & Spalding, and Germany's GLNS law firm represented Delivery Hero. Selling shareholders Rocket Internet and Luxor Capital were represented by Noerr and Latham & Watkins, respectively.

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