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Gessel Advises Anwim on Investment in eMila Gas Station Network

Gessel Advises Anwim on Investment in eMila Gas Station Network.

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Gessel has advised Anwim on its investment in a network of unmanned eMila service stations.

Gessel describes eMILA as "a network of unmanned petrol stations located throughout Poland [that] offer a fully automated refueling format for individual customers.” 

Anwim S.A. operates a network of over 250 petrol stations under the Moya brand. It is a portfolio company of the Enterprise Investors fund, which has operated in Central and Eastern Europe since 1990. It has created nine funds with a total capital exceeding EUR 2.5 billion. 

Gessel’s team included Managing Partner Marcin Macieszczak, Partner Bernadeta Kasztelan-Swietlik, Managing Associate Bartlomiej Wozniak, Senior Associates Agnieszka Nowacka, Karolina Krzal-Kwiatkowska, and Krzysztof Jasinski, Associates Anna Haciuk, Diana Strzalkowska, and Paulina Maciag, and Paralegal Iwona Gielo-Benza. 

Gessel did not reply to our inquiry on the matter. 

Editor's Note: On August 7, 2020, Gessel announced that Anwim's acquisition of a stake in the eMILA network fuel stations from BM Reflex sp. Z o.o. sp.k was approved by Poland's Office of Competition and Consumer Protection on July 22, 2020. 

CEE Legal Matters also learned that Kubiak & Eger had advised BM Reflex on the deal. The firm's team was led by Partner Malina Tarczynska-Kubiak.

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