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Linklaters Advises ING Bank Slaski on Acquisition of 45% Stake in NN Investment Partners TFI

Linklaters Advises ING Bank Slaski on Acquisition of 45% Stake in NN Investment Partners TFI

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Linklaters has advised ING Bank Slaski on the acquisition of a 45% stake in investment fund management company NN Investment Partners TFI in Poland from NN Investment Partners International Holdings.

NN Investment Partners has a wide range of products including 40 funds and a diversified structure of assets under management.

The Linklaters team was led by Warsaw Partner Marcin Schulz and Managing Associate Szymon Renkiewicz and included Associates Piotr Zbyszynski and Marek Tolcz.

Editor's note: After this article was published, CEE Legal Matters learned that Clifford Chance had advised NN Investment Partners on the deal. The firm's Warsaw-based team was led by Managing Partner Agnieszka Janicka.

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