Eleni Siouti > Sagias and Partners Law Firm > Athens, Greece > Lawyer Profile

Sagias and Partners Law Firm
Plateia Filikis Etaireias Square 15
10674 Athens
Greece
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Work Department

Commercial, Corporate and M&A/ Projects and Privatization

Position

Partner/ Head of Commercial, Corporate and M&A

Career

 

Eleni Siouti advises international clients on a broad spectrum of law matters, ranging from cross-border transactions in the EMEA region, corporate law, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, commercial law, maritime law, IP law, finance and public procurement law to legal compliance.

She has been involved in major privatizations and M&A projects in Greece and in EMEA region. She has reviewed agreements for the privatization of state-owned assets (Port of Piraeus, Port of Thessaloniki) and undertook due diligence reviews. She has drafted a wide range of commercial and corporate agreements such as shareholders, sale and purchase, service, loan contracts, distribution agreements and participated in negotiations with multinational corporations and large national companies in the framework of SPAs and privatizations. In particular, she has advised major clients (GDF Suez, Piraeus Port Auhority, Cosco, PIMA Group) on various corporate, company law and legal compliance issues. She also focuses on maritime transactions and marine insurance issues. 

Languages

Greek, English, French, Spanish, German

Memberships

Member of the Athens Bar Association

Education

Bachelor’s Degree – Law School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Master’s Diploma in International Economic Law – Paris II, Pantheon- Assas
LL.M. Queen Mary in Commercial & Corporate law – University of London.

Lawyer Rankings

Greece > Projects and privatisation

Sagias and Partners Law Firm fields a team acclaimed for its ‘knowledge and experience in public tenders and privatisations’. The firm has a long-established reputation in the privatisation space, stretching back to its emergence in Greece, and is proficient in acting for either the state or contracting authority in relevant projects. The ‘perfectly qualifiedIfigenia Vourdouni is a specialist in infrastructure projects, port services, investment plans and acquisitions; she jointly leads the practice with Nikolas Sagias, who directs his focus towards the preparation of tender documents in addition to high-profile privatisations. Recently promoted partner Eleni Siouti is noted for her ‘multinational experience and solid academic background’.