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Gessel has advised OEX S.A. on the PLN 65 million sale of ArchiDoc S.A. to Offsite Archive Storage & Integrated Services OASIS, an Irish entity held by the Montagu private equity fund. CMS advised OASIS on the transaction.

Magnusson, Tokaj & Partners, the Warsaw office of the Magnusson law firm, has announced that it will be leaving the multi-national firm and will continue operations under a new brand as of January 1, 2020.

Greenberg Traurig has advised the Wing Group on the acquisition of Lisala sp. z o.o. from Echo Partners B.V. Echo Partners is owned by affiliates of Oaktree and PIMCO, and through Lisala it holds 55.95% of the shares of Echo Investment S.A. Weil advised the sellers and White & Case advised the management board of Echo Investment on the transaction, which is subject to clearance by the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection.

White & Case has advised a syndicate of banks including Santander Bank Polska S.A., Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, Powszechna Kasa Oszczednosci Bank Polski S.A., Caixabank S.A., Oddzial w Polsce, and MUFG Bank N.V., on Energa's PLN 2 billion ESG-linked revolving credit facility. Allen & Overy advised Energa on the deal.

Greenberg Traurig has advised Eltel AB, a Northern European provider of technical services for critical infrastructure networks listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, on the divestment of its Polish communication business, Eltel Networks Telecom, to Vinci Energies, a company dealing in concessions and contracting. Gide Loyrette Nouel advised Vinci on the EUR 12.7 million transaction.

Solivan, the Polish member firm of the "Pontes the CEE lawyers" network, has advised ReneSola, a NYSE-listed solar project developer, on its sale of 55 MW Polish solar farms with an aggregate capacity of 54.6 megawatts to Aberdeen Standard Investment. Weil, Gotshal & Manges advised Aberdeen Standard Investment on the acquisition.

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