PNSA advised Magnetto Wheels on a new significant financing

PNSA advised its long-standing client Magnetto Wheels on the negotiation of a guarantee agreement under the framework of an €134m financing granted by IFC and Cassa Depositi e Prestiti S.p.A.

PNSA advised an Irish financial institution on a EUR 30,000,000 financing

PNSA advised RI-GD Investments DAC, as lender, on the accession of two Romanian subsidiaries of an Irish agribusiness group to a EUR 30,000,000 financing.

Enforcement and Sanctions under the GDPR

By Alexandru Ambrozie, Partner Popovici Niţu Stoica & Asociaţii and Luana Dragomirescu, Managing Associate Popovici Niţu Stoica & Asociaţii

Data Privacy Impact Assessment at a glance / All you need to know

By Alexandru Ambrozie, Partner Popovici Niţu Stoica & Asociaţii and Luana Dragomirescu, Managing Associate Popovici Niţu Stoica & Asociaţii

New Partners with POPOVICI NIŢU STOICA & ASOCIAŢII

January 2018 POPOVICI NIȚU STOICA & ASOCIAȚII promotes three lawyers to partnership.

GDPR: Relations and responsibilities in the processing of personal data

GDPR: Relations and responsibilities in the processing of personal data (controllers, processors and sub-processors) There is no doubt that every company processes personal data (e.g. of its’ employees’, clients’, contractual partners’). Most often, this also involves a constant barter between companies processing personal data and companies providing various services (e.g. HR, IT, payroll, datacenters, cloud …

Companies are welcoming a new team player – the Data Protection Officer

The new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) could not have enlarged data controllers’ and data processors’ obligations and apply such great sanctions without anticipating the need for companies to appoint a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”). While companies must now turn their focus on ensuring compliance with the GDPR every step of the way, the DPO …

The clock is ticking. Implementing the General Data Protection Regulation

With 2018 just around the corner and the European Union setting a clock on raising the standards of personal data protection, companies are starting to prepare themselves for new challenges. The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) approved by the EU in 2016 will enter into force on the 25th of May 2018 and all companies …

Strengthening the Fight against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

Laundered money is oxygen to crime, terrorism and tax-avoidance. We need to cut off its supply as best we can. Today's stronger rules are a big step forward but we now need quick agreement on the further improvements the Commission proposed last July", “(…) The new rules as of today are crucial to closing further …