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Resentment by domestic law firms in CEE markets against the international and regional firms that have moved in on their once exclusive domain is a common, though perhaps diminishing, refrain. How do domestic law firms in Slovenia feel about the foreign firms that have opened up shop next door?

Selih & Partners has advised Slovenia's NLB banking and finance group on a long-term syndicated loan of USD 72 million and a mid-term revolving facility of EUR 30 million extended by a consortium of banks which it belongs to the Interblock Group. Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & Partners advised Interblock on the deal.

Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & Partners, and Allen & Overy (together with Consultant Hugh Owen of Go2Law), have advised insurer Generali CEE Holding BV, a part of Italy's Generali Group, on its EUR 245 million acquisition of Adriatic Slovenica Zavarovalna Druzba d.d from financial group KD Group d.d. Ulcar & Partnerji and solo-practitioner Simon Gabrijelcic advised the buyers on Slovenian law matters, and Mayer Brown advised on English law matters.

Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & Partners (RPPP) has advised Enterprise Investors on the acquisition by the Polish Enterprise Fund VII, which it manages, of 100% of shares in sporting good retailer Intersport ISI in a carve-out transaction from Mercator Group. According to RPPP, "the value of the transaction is up to EUR 34.5 million and the transaction transaction is conditional upon obtaining customary regulatory approvals." RPPP — a member of the TLA alliance — reports that "all other TLA law firms from the region, including JPM Jankovic Popovic Mitic from Serbia, Tkalcic-Djulic, Prebanic, Rizvic and Jusufbasic-Goloman from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Debarliev, Dameski & Kelesoska from Macedonia" were involved as well. Slovenia’s Jadek & Pensa and Serbia’s Prica & Partners advised Mercator on the transaction.

Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners has announced its role in the recent Agrokor acquisition of the Mercator Group, which closed on June 27, 2014. Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners acted for Agrokor, while Kavcic, Rogl, Bracun represented the sellers, which included several Slovenian banks.

Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners at a Glance

Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners – a team of innovative lawyers, continuously ranked as a top-tier law firm in Slovenia. Great effort made to understand the clients’ needs, goal orientation and ability to combine international experience with a sound application of local law is what makes us the first choice firm for a number of foreign clients. Rojs, Peljhan, Prelesnik & partners is the largest Slovenian firm specializing in commercial and corporate law and has since its establishment in 1989 advised clients in key Slovenian M&A, financing and restructuring transactions. We appreciate that our local legal order forms part of a wider international commercial and legal framework. This is why we nurture internationally-oriented lawyers and retain individuals with postgraduate degrees and work experience from English, German and French speaking regions.  

Firm's website: www.rppp.si

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