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Suciu Popa assisted KMG International in creating the Kazakh-Romanian Investment Fund

Suciu Popa & Associates represented KMG International (KMGI) in connection with the structuring and creation of the Kazakh-Romanian Investment Fund as a way to promote investments in a number of sectors of the Romanian economy such as energy and infrastructure, with projected investment values of aroung one billion USD.

2018-10-29 11:54:34

The Romanian-Kazakh Investment Fund is being set up by KMGI and SAPE, a company managing State-owned stakes in the energy sector coordinated by the Ministry of Energy.

Suciu Popa & Associates advised KMGI in the process of negotiation and preparation of the documents regarding the establishment of the fund.

The project was coordinated by Miruna Suciu and Luminita Popa (Managing Partners), both having extensive experience in Mergers & Acquisitions and Energy & Natural resources, along with other 5 key attorneys of the firm.



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