Dracopoulos and Vassalakis has advised Quant on its entrance into a long-term servicing agreement with the Pancreta Bank for a EUR 670 million non-performing corporate and SME loan portfolio.
The KLC Law Firm has advised National Energy on its acquisition of a 70 megawatt portfolio of wind and solar parks in Greece from the IBG Hellenic Fund III and minority shareholders. The Piraeus Bank provided financing for the acquisition. Seissoglou & Nicolaidis advised the sellers and the Lambadarios Law Firm advised the bank.
Zepos & Yannopoulos has advised the Intrum Group on Project Iris -- the acquisition made as part of joint venture with the EBRD of an unsecured non-performing exposure portfolio originated by Piraeus Bank, consisting of approximately 53,000 loans with total legal claims of about EUR 1.7 billion and a gross book value of EUR 0.7 billion.
The COVID-19 crisis that has afflicted Europe throughout this unusual year has necessitated significant changes to the way lawyers work and communicate with and serve their clients. To find out how these changes played out in Greece, we spoke with Yanos Gramatidis, Head of Government & Privatization, and Betty Smyrniou, Head of Labor and Social Benefits and Aviation at Bahas, Gramatidis & Partners.