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Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP Offices
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Corporate and Real Estate
With over 20 years’ experience in law, Christopher Noblet’s comprehensive knowledge and practice in Hungary are an invaluable asset to clients operating and looking for solutions to their business challenges in Hungary. Christopher is an English qualified solicitor and a registered Hungarian lawyer at the Budapest Bar. He has advised various clients (including international and domestic investors and public bodies) on mergers and acquisitions, antitrust and competition matters, financing, and real estate projects.
Christopher is regularly recommended in the legal directories being referred to as “highly respected in the market” and “the name to note.” He also leads the award-winning Pro Bono practice in the Budapest office. Before moving to Budapest in 2000, Christopher worked in the Corporate/Commercial group (focusing on noncontentious insurance work) in the London office.
Budapest Bar Association
Law Society of England and Wales
LL.B., King’s College London
Christopher Noblet and Sándor Békési co-head Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP‘s practice, which has demonstrable strengths in real estate acquisitions and disposals, reorganisations and lease agreements. Noblet is experienced in high-value regional transactions and recently advised Goldman Sachs on the sale of Budapest office building C6 to Skanska. Békési is ‘an exceptional leader‘ and ‘deeply involved in every matter‘; his areas of expertise include acquisitions, leasing and management. He is currently assisting Goldman Sachs with negotiating major leases, construction and operational matters following its acquisition of a major science park complex.
Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP ‘s Budapest office is fully integrated into the wider pan-European network and it frequently works with the London office to coordinate cross-border M&A transactions. The firm is heavily involved in corporate real estate M&A and generates work from clients such as JR AMC, Goldman Sachs and Prologis. ‘Exceptional‘ team leader Sándor Békési is noted for his expertise in private equity. Christopher Noblet is recommended for regional M&A and real estate transactions. László Partos is also a name to note.