DGKV has advised Bulgarian start-up Nasekomo on the investment into the company of EUR 4 million from VC funds Morningside Hill and New Vision 3 backed by the Fund of Funds in Bulgaria.
With amendments to the Energy Act, the Bulgarian legislator established a mechanism for reducing the prices of natural gas already delivered for a period in the past for the regulated market for end household and business consumers. The reduction in prices for end consumers is due to an agreement reached between the state public supplier Bulgargaz and the Russian supplier Gazprom Export.
Kinstellar has advised regional property developer Globe Trade Center on negotiations with Germany’s Commerzbank to lease 3,500 square meters of space at Sofia' Advance Business Center II office building, which is expected to open its doors in the fourth quarter of 2020. Boyanov & Co advised Commerzbank on the deal.
“This comes as no surprise, but the main focus of the government is still the COVID-19 crisis,“ says Stefan Tzakov, Managing Partner at Kambourov & Partners in Sofia. Although the situation in Bulgaria was not as bad as in some other countries, Tzakov says, it nonetheless “gave the politicians a good chance to show strength — and for the two months that we’ve had a state of emergency in place they have tried to do just that.“
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