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Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.

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Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 5

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.'s 'quality' team is commended for its 'communication skills' with clients. In cooperation with the firm's Czech office, practice head Zbigniew Korba advised PKO BP on the establishment of a branch in Prague.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 4

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wsp√≥lnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.'s team draws on the firm's presence across the CEE region and 'a deep understanding of business' to advise clients on the spectrum of corporate and M&A-related work. Highlights for¬†PaweŇā Moskwa¬†included assisting Eurocash with its¬†‚ā¨90m acquisition of Mila.¬†Robert Pasternak¬†and¬†Jan Jarmul¬†are also recommended.

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wsp√≥lnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.¬†handles M&A and corporate matters for a variety of domestic and international companies, to which it is also able to provide tax advice.¬†PaweŇā Moskwa¬†advised Eurocash on its¬†‚ā¨90m acquisition of 100% shares in the controlling company of Mila. Alongside¬†Karol Kicun, he assisted MCI Capital with the reorganisation of three portfolio companies.¬†Robert Pasternak¬†and¬†Jan Jarmul¬†are also recommended.

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Private equity
Private equity - ranked: tier 3

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wsp√≥lnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.¬†regularly handles private equity-backed deals, drawing on the business advisory expertise of the wider firm. Highlights for¬†PaweŇā Moskwa¬†and¬†Karol Kicun¬†(who jointly lead the practice alongside¬†Piotr Siezieniewski) included assisting Mezzanine Management with its¬†‚ā¨100m acquisition of shares in ATM.

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