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English lawyer Daniel Cousens has been based in Linklaters’ Warsaw office since 2006. He advises international corporates, private equity sponsors, and strategic investors on M&A deals and inbound and outbound investments in Central and Eastern Europe, particularly in Turkey, Ukraine, and Poland. Cousens co-heads Linklaters’ Turkey desk and is a member of the firm’s CEE and CIS teams. Before moving to Warsaw, he spent five years in Linklaters’ Moscow office. He studied English and French law at University College, London and Universite Aix-Marseille, and he speaks English, French, Russian, and Polish.

The Deal: In February 2017, CEE Legal Matters reported that CMS had advised Integer.pl S.A. on the investment made into the company by private equity fund Advent International. Clifford Chance advised Advent International on the deal.

K&L Gates has advised a consortium of banks consisting of Mercurius Dom Maklerski (as global co-ordinator), mBank and Trigon Dom Maklerski (as joint-bookrunners), and mCorporate Finance and Trigon Investment Banking (as financial advisors) in connection with the sale of 51.17% of the shares of LC Corp in an accelerated bookbuilding process by shareholders Leszek Czarnecki, LC Corp BV, Getin Noble Bank, Open Finance, and Open Life. DZP reportedly advised the selling shareholders on the sale, which is valued at approximately 500 million zlotys.

In The Corner Office, we invite Senior and Managing Partners at law firms from across the region to share information about their careers, management styles, and strategies. For this issue, we asked them to describe their least favorite part of their jobs. 

WKB Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr is advising PKO Bank Polski, a leading Polish banking group, on the purchase by PKO BP Finat Sp. z o.o. of 100% of the shares in KBC TFI S.A. from KBC Asset Management, a Belgian fund manager from the KBC banking group. SPCG advised KBC on the deal.

Dentons has advised German banks Helaba, Deutsche Pfandbriefbank, and Berlin Hyp on their refinancing of the Warsaw Spire office complex. White & Case advised Belgian company Ghelamco on the deal. The value of the loan facility was EUR 370 million.

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