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Baker McKenzie Advises on Sale of PG Silesia to Poland's Bumech

Baker McKenzie Advises on Sale of PG Silesia to Poland's Bumech

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Baker McKenzie has advised Energeticky a Prumyslovy Holding on the sale of 38.946% of the shares and Braindour Development Limited on the sale of 61.029% of the shares in Polish coal mine Przedsiebiorstwo Gornicze Silesia to Bumech.

Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

EPH is a Central European energy group that owns and operates assets in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, Italy, Ireland, the UK, France, Poland, and Switzerland. Baker McKenzie describes EPH as a, “vertically integrated energy utility and comprises of over 70 companies structured in four pillars, namely EP Infrastructure, EP Power Europe, EP Logistics International, and EP Real Estate.” 

Bumech is a Poland-based company specialized in production and maintenance of mining machinery.

The Baker McKenzie team consisted of Warsaw-based Partner Tomasz Krzyzowski and Senior Associate Lukasz Targoszynski and Prague-based Partner Tomas Skoumal.

Baker McKenzie did not reply to our inquiry.