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DZP has advised Finergis Investments Ltd. on a public tender offer for the sale of shares in ERGIS S.A. The tender offer concerned the acquisition of almost 20.1 million shares representing 53.15% of ERGIS S.A.’s share capital. Finally, as a result of the transaction, the buyer acquired 17.2 million of the Company’s shares listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, with a total value of approx. PLN 67 million.
The DZP team supported the Company throughout the process of preparing and conducting the tender offer, represented it before the Polish Financial Supervision Authority and supported it in negotiating with mBank the credit and security documentation regarding the financing of the tender offer.
The Ergis Group is the leader in plastics processing in Central and Eastern Europe. It specialises in the production of food packaging and industrial packaging.
The client was advised by DZP lawyers from the Capital Markets & Financial Institutions Practice: Andrzej Foltyn, Partner/Head of Practice, Magdalena Skowrońska, Partner, Maciej Goszczyk, Counsel, Maciej Zajda, Senior Associate, Tomasz Kalicki, Senior Associate, Katarzyna Biarda, Associate and Joanna Wierzejska, Tax Partner and Grzegorz Sprawka, Senior Tax Manager from Tax Practice.
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