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Banking, finance & capital markets
Attorney at law
Tsvetan Krumov is an attorney at law who heads the banking and finance department at Schoenherr’s Sofia office. He holds a Master’s degree in law from Sofia University, a Doctor’s degree in law from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, a Magister Juris degree from the University of Oxford (UK) and a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of London (UK). Since 2016 he has been an assistant professor in private international law at the Institute for Legal Studies of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Tsvetan has significant expertise on regulatory matters with respect to banks and other financial institutions. Concerning transactional matters – apart from Bulgarian security documentation work around foreign law-governed facilities, he has significant experience in actual drafting of LMA-style credit facilities governed by Bulgarian law. He has experience in derivatives and securitisation matters, having recently prepared the master agreements for derivatives and the accompanying collateral documentation of the largest Bulgarian bank, and of the Bulgarian branch of one of the largest world banks.
Admitted to the Bar in Bulgaria
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Legal Studies, Sofia/Bulgaria (Doctor’s degree in law 2018)
University of London, London/UK (LLB 2012)
University of Oxford, Oxford/UK (MJur 2008)
Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia/Bulgaria (Master’s degree in law 2002)
Schoenherr advises corporate clients and financial institutions on a wide range of matters, from project and acquisition finance to debt restructuring and refinancing, as well as financial transactions and regulatory issues. Tsvetan Krumov, who has experience in advising banks and other financial institutions on regulatory matters, leads the team and is supported by associate Milena Gabrovska. Ilko Stoyanov also plays a key role on major matters.
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