Cătălina Sucaciu has more than 12 years of experience in the legal field, a significant part of which was as legal counsel with a reputed Romanian bank. She has extensive expertise in banking and finance, employment, commercial and contract law and capital-markets-related matters.
She has been actively involved in complex financing projects, both from lenders’ and borrowers’ perspectives, being lead counsel on behalf of banking institutions, multinational corporations and investments funds with respect to banking and finance regulatory matters. She has also counselled on the structuring, restructuring and securitisation of complex credit facilities, including club and syndicated loans, acquisition and asset finance.
Sucaciu’s legal practice in the employment field includes due diligence enquiries, advice regarding employees’ transfers and dismissals, drafting and negotiating individual and collective labour agreements, management agreements, employment disputes and outsourcing and cross-border matters.
On the commercial and contract law side, she has acted as lead counsel for a large number of domestic and international clients in structuring, negotiating and implementing agreements throughout all stages of the underlying transactions as well as in the development of various investment projects.
Sucaciu has also advised companies listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange and RASDAQ on various capital-markets-related aspects, including initial public offering (IPO) and public take-over (PTO) procedures, and subsequent mandatory public offering, minority rights, squeeze-out and delisting procedures.
This material was sourced from the Jinga Maravela website.
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