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DZP has advised the Mobivia Group, owner of Norauto Polska sp. z o.o., on a transaction to sell 21 retail facilities in Poland to TERG S.A., owner of the Media Expert electrical and electronic goods chain. Norauto Polska sp. z o.o. is the owner of a chain of vehicle shop and servicing outlets in Poland. The transaction will allow TERG to open Media Expert brand shops in new prestigious locations.
The transaction structure confirms the innovative approach taken by the Mobivia Group and its advisers to M&A transactions and it particularly allows the Mobivia Group to finalise its investment in Poland on optimum conditions.
Our advice included comprehensive support in structuring the transaction and drafting and negotiating the transaction documentation.
The Mobivia Group was advised by DZP lawyers in a multidisciplinary team comprising Piotr Jackowski, Senior Associate, Katarzyna Biarda, Associate, and Filip Lisak, Associate, from the Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice with the support of Andrzej Foltyn, Partner and Head of Practice; Grzegorz Sprawka, Senior Tax Manager from the Tax Practice, with the support of Joanna Wierzejska, Partner co-managing the Tax Practice; Anna Okła-Woźniak, Senior Associate, and Marcin Kembłowski, Associate, from the Real Estate Practice; and Tomasz Lasyk, Senior Associate, from the Labour and Social Security Law Practice.
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