Gelu Maravela has more than 18 years of experience in the legal profession, being ranked among the most prominent lawyers in Romania.
He has previously acted as a judge with one of the Bucharest courts as well as an attorney with the London office of a magic circle law firm and an equity partner of a top-tier Romanian law firm.
Throughout his practice, Maravela has been lead counsel in a large number of high-value projects and has worked for an outstanding number of high-profile corporations doing business in Romania as well as for many public authorities, being praised for his results-driven, business-oriented approach, negotiation skills and multi-angled strategic thinking, which have led to striking results in some of the most sensitive and/or sub-leveraged matters.
Aside from his general corporate and commercial practice, Maravela holds a wide-ranging expertise in mergers and acquisitions, having been involved in some of the largest deals closed in Romania, including privatisations and all forms of private dealings in the field.
Maravela’s corporate and mergers and acquisitions practice is neatly supported by his solid insight of capital markets regulations and know-how acquired through a large number of projects unfolded on the capital markets and the day-to-day assistance of publicly held companies.
He also has extensive experience in pharmaceuticals and healthcare matters, having worked for an impressive portfolio of international clients, including nine of the top 12 medicine and medical devices manufacturers worldwide. In addition, Maravela holds in-depth knowledge of oil and gas and natural resources matters, having advised clients on a large number of regulatory and business specific issues.
This material was sourced from the Jinga Maravela website.
Briefings from Jinga Maravela
This newsletter sets out in chronological order the main tax news/amendments published in the period of 1–31 January 2014.
Jinga Maravela looks at four recent legal rulings, including the updating of the national minimum gross wage and the postponed entry into force of the Civil Procedure Code.