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Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii

4-8 SOSEAUA NICOLAE TITULESCU, AMERICA HOUSE, WEST WING, 8F, SECTOR 1, 011141 BUCHAREST, ROMANIA
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Bucharest, Cluj Napoca
Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii, Oana Ureche, Bucharest, ROMANIA

Oana Ureche

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Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii

Work Department

Real Estate; Corporate and Commercial; Mergers and Acquisitions.

Position

As a Partner at Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii, Oana Ureche focuses on real estate, corporate and commercial, as well as mergers and acquisitions. She has particular strength in corporate acquisition and sale transactions, related financing issues and preparation of complex sale-purchase operations, having advised both sellers and buyers in sophisticated transactions. She is skilled in drafting of merger plans, due diligence reports and documents substantiating several transactions as well as in negotiating various types of transaction documents.

Furthermore, Oana Ureche has been involved in major retail, residential and office development projects, as well as in defining infrastructure projects and has acquired significant experience in matters involving structuring of complex transactions. Her work experience also includes important privatization projects, especially in the electricity and banking sectors.

Career

Partner, Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii (from 2008 to present), Senior Associate, Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii (from 2005 to 2007), Senior Associate, Muşat & Asociaţii (from 2004 to 2005), Senior Associate (from 2000 to 2003) and Associate (from 1998 to 1999), Călin Zamfirescu & Partners.

Languages

English.

Member

Bucharest Bar Association.

Education

University of Bucharest (LL.B., 1997).

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