Firm Profile > Kuyumdjieva and Vitliemov > Sofia, Bulgaria
Kuyumdjieva and Vitliemov Offices
17 SAN STEFANO STR.
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Kuyumdjieva and Vitliemov mainly advises investment funds and energy companies, including Empower Capital Fund, Odacio and River Styxx Capital. In a recent highlight, Pavel Vitliemov acted as local counsel to CEZ Bulgarian Investments (instructed by White & Case (Europe) LLP) on the acquisition of receivables.
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The firm: Stoeva, Kuyumdjieva & Vitliemov was founded in 2004 by its name partners and is considered to be one of the most successful and reputable law firms in Bulgaria.
Since 2009 Stoeva, Kuyumdjieva & Vitliemov has worked in association with the DTT law office, exclusively specialising in the field of capital markets and securities. Such association, although preserving the independent status of both offices, allows the firm to meet the demands of more complex and diverse projects.
The structure and size of the firm allow it to exercise a personal and hands-on approach in every matter. Clients range from large international groups to local businesses, active in a diverse spectrum of industries including real estate, insurance, IT, energy, mining, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and medical products, food and beverages and transportation.
Areas of practice: The firm’s areas of practice include general corporate and M&A, banking and finance, real estate and construction, energy, regulatory and procurement, employment.
|General corporate/M&A||Pavel Vitliemov|
|General corporate/M&A||Stanislava Kuyumdjieva|
|Real estate and construction||Pavel Vitliemov|
|Real estate and construction||Stanislava Kuyumdjieva|
|Financing and secured transactions||Pavel Vitliemov|
|Financing and secured transactions||Irena Petrova|
|Regulatory and procurement||Irina Stoeva|
|Regulatory and procurement||Stanislava Kuyumdjieva|
|Litigation and arbitration||Irina Stoeva|
|Litigation and arbitration||Vania Todorova|
|Energy and utilities||Pavel Vitliemov|
|Energy and utilities||Irena Petrova|