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DZP has advised RENOMIA on the acquisition of 65% shareholding in Alfa Brokers sp. z o.o. based in Torun.
RENOMIA is a leading Czech insurance broker which, owing to the support of its largest shareholder, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., is ranked among global leaders in the insurance and risk management sector.
Through the acquisition of the shares in Alfa Brokers, a Polish company specialising in corporate insurance and business risk hedging, our client has entered the Polish insurance market, considered to be the largest in Central Europe and the most dynamically developing.
DZP's advice included comprehensive legal support in the transaction, particularly conducting a due diligence, preparing and negotiating documentation and finalising the transaction.
The client's main advisers were Piotr Andrzejczak, Partner, and Klaudia Bartoszyńska-Kwiatkowska, Associate, from the Corporate and M&A Practice, who were supported by Dominika Wolska. Regarding insurance and regulatory matters, advice was also provided by Joanna Schubel, Counsel, from the insurance team, labour law matters by Łukasz Górzny, Senior Associate, from the Labour Law and Social Security Practice, and in intangible property rights by Marcin Stępień, Associate i Michał Nita z Praktyki IP&TMT.
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