ESG loans reward borrowers when CO2 emissions are reduced

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Loan refinancing advisories dominated banking and finance deals.

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Advice on refinancing existing loans taken by major companies to fund acquisitions or further growth is mentioned in most references provided by the largest Slovak law firm active in the banking and financial sector It has been.

The top rankings of the largest law firms in this category, compiled by The Slovak Spectator and Sme Daily, have not changed much since previous editions. As in previous years, law firm Allen & Overy dominates the rankings.

In the latest rankings, each law firm could only submit one reference. Three of the ten largest law firms in Slovakia have not submitted any letters of recommendation. They included CMS Slovakia. Malata, Pružinský, Hegedüš & Partners; Ruzycka and Partners.

Aupark and Eurovea II funding

Allen & Overy referred to advice on refinancing a record transaction in the Slovak real estate market, the sale of Bratislava’s Aupark shopping center. The complex was purchased by investment firm Wood & Company for a total of 450 million euros. The deal was announced in his second half of 2020, with advisory completion in the second quarter of 2022. Allen & Overy advised a banking group headed by Erste Group Bank AG, said his attorney Matúš Kudlák.

Relevans Law Firm also mentioned transactions related to real estate financing. Part of J&T Real Estate’s (JTRE) portfolio, he represented Eurovea 2 companies and was responsible for the ongoing construction of Phase 2 of the Eurovea shopping center and the financing of the He Pribinova X office building. Part of this project is Slovakia’s first skyscraper, the 168-meter tall Eurobear Tower. The amount of funding he has is 116 million euros. The counterparty, a banking syndicate headed by Tatra Banka, was represented by his Dentons law firm, which referenced the deal in a previous ranking. is here to help. ” data-msg-btn-logout=”Login as a different user” data-msg-btn-close=”Keep me signed in” > ESG loans reward borrowers when CO2 emissions are reduced

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