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Schoenherr has advised Austrian green technology scale-up Neoom on the structuring and implementation of its "impact invest" customer financing scheme for decentralized energy projects as well as related project debt financing arranged by Solas Capital in an amount of up to EUR 30 million.

White & Case has advised the State Treasury of the Republic of Poland – represented by its Minister of Finance – on an USD 8 billion issuance of notes registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission under its shelf registration statement. Rymarz Zdort Maruta and Latham & Watkins advised the underwriters.

KWKR, working with Lippes Mathias, has advised Software Mind on obtaining a PLN 150 million financing from BNP Paribas Bank Polska and the subsequent acquisition of US-based company Prosoft in a transaction valued at almost USD 50 million. Dentons advised the lender. Schoenherr, working with Roetzel & Andress, reportedly advised on the loan agreement as well.

Clifford Chance has advised Ceskoslovenska Obchodni Banka and Ceska Sporitelna on the financing for Kofola Group's joint acquisition of the Pivovary CZ Group together with the RSJ investment group and the Usovsko agricultural group. Nedelka Kubac Advokati advised Kofola on the acquisition.

Sobczynscy i Partnerzy FSG Prawo has advisd Minde on the development of the SEA Resort project in Miedzyzdroje, with Szczecin-based Assethome to commercialize the investment, WPIP Construction as the general contractor, and Europlan Artur Koziei to operate the facility.

Vukmir & Associates, working with the German offices of Taylor Wessing, Reimer Rechtsanwaelte, and White & Case, has advised Ludwig Pfeiffer Hoch- und Tiefbau on the hive-down of all Croatian assets to the newly established Ludwig Pfeiffer Adria and its full sale to Croatian construction companies AMM and Vodoprivreda Vinkovici. Bradvica Maric Wahl Cesarec Skerlev advised the buyers.

Allen & Overy has advised Raiffeisen Bank International and a syndicate of lenders on their EUR 100 million financing package for ITIS Holding to support the acquisition of Vitronic Machine Vision. BBH reportedly advised the borrowers.

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