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Nikola Aksić

Tel:
Work +381 64 1834 507
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Web:
www.geciclaw.com/
Gecic Law

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Position

Partner

Career

Nikola Aksić is a founding partner at Gecić Law in Belgrade.  His practice focuses on Banking & Finance, Restructuring & Insolvency and Energy, Infrastructure and PPP.

He has more than ten years of experience practicing in Serbia and the region. He acted for some of the largest multinational clients in notable transactions in Serbia and across the region.  Nikola advises on financing and corporate transactions of all types, including local and cross-border acquisitions, foreign exchange transactions, structuring and financing of infrastructure projects.  Recent transactions have included PPP motorway project, structuring and financing of a local pipeline project for transporting of natural gas  as well as advising and representing clients in matters relating to non-performing loans, compliance analysis of local banks, project finance, take-overs, derivatives trading and ISDA master agreements.

Nikola earned his law degree from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (LLM, 2003) with specialization in EU law.  

Languages

Nikola speaks fluent English, Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin and Serbian.

Member

Belgrade Bar Association

Education

LLM, European Law, University of Belgrade Faculty of Law | LLB, Business Law, University of Belgrade Faculty of Law


Serbia

Banking and finance

Within: Leading individuals

Nikola Aksić - Gecic Law

Within: Banking and finance

Gecic Law is 'always ready to assist clients with all the legal issues they encounter during their day-to-day business'. The practice advised Advance Global Capital, a financial services company, on a complex cross-border financing of a local factoring company and its business operations. The banking and finance team is led by Nikola Aksić; Jovan Rajković is an experienced senior counsel.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Gecic Law's 'well-educated professionals have a dedicated work ethic'. The practice regularly advises on high-profile deals, including significant strategic investments in Serbia; it acted for 3N Group on the proposed acquisition of wind farm project companies. Senior counsel Ognjen Colić heads the corporate and M&A practice, managing partner Bogdan Gecić is 'an excellent lawyer who achieves success for clients', Nikola Aksić is 'responsive and competent', and Jelena Adamović is a highly rated special counsel.

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