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Dentons has successfully advised CPI Property Group on an update of a revolving credit facility, the issue of USD 350 million Reg S bonds, and a EUR 170 million senior unsecured Schuldschein. Allen & Overy reportedly advised the banks - Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, Komercni Banka, Nomura, Raiffeisen Bank, UniCredit, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of China - on the credit facility update.

Dentons advised Penta Real Estate, the real estate division of Central European investment group Penta, on its EUR 250 million sale of the Waltrovka office complex in Prague to Munich-based real estate fund manager GLL Real Estate Partners, acting together with LB Asset Management on behalf of South Korean investor Hanwha Investment & Securities. Wilsons advised the buyers on the deal.

Dentons’ Budapest office has advised Hungarian online consumer electronics retailer Extreme Digital and its shareholders in connection with Extreme Digital's merger with eMAG Hungary -- a member of South Africa's Naspers Group. Allen & Overy and DLA Piper reportedly advised eMAG on the deal.

Clifford Chance has advised Australia's Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets and Australian pension funds MTAA Superannuation Fund, Statewide Superannuation Fund, and Westscheme Fund on the sale of DCT Gdansk S.A., Poland's largest container terminal, to a consortium of PSA International Ptd Ltd, the Polish Development Fund, and the IFM Global Infrastructure Fund (managed by IFM Investors). Weil Gotshal & Manges advised the consortium and the Polish Development Fund, Linklaters advised IFM, and Dentons advised PSA.

Dentons Warsaw has advised HB Reavis on the EUR 350 million financing granted to its three subsidiaries by a syndicate of Santander Bank Polska, Helaba, Bank Pekao, and UniCredit for the construction of Varso Place in Warsaw. The banks were advised by DLA Piper.

Baker McKenzie Warsaw has advised Baltisse on its acquisition of Polflam, a Polish fire-resistant glass manufacturer, from its two founders, Maciej Szamborski and Wojciech Wilczak, and from Syntaxis Capital, a private debt and growth capital investor. Dentons, which had advised Syntaxis Capital on its 2014 investment in Polflam (then trading as Glass-Team), advised the sellers on the deal.

Dentons has advised the Czech Republic's Sev.en Energy on an agreement to acquire a 50 percent stake in the multinational energy company, InterGen N.V. from the Canadian Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Clifford Chance advised the sellers on the deal, which is expected to close in the next few months, subject to the approval of the relevant EU and Australian authorities.