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ODI, Selih & Partnerji, Ulcar & Partnerji, and White & Case Advise on SKB Financing to KJK and Underlying Acquisition Featured

ODI, Selih & Partnerji, Ulcar & Partnerji, and White & Case Advise on SKB Financing to KJK and Underlying Acquisition ODI, Selih & Partnerji, Ulcar & Partnerji, and White & Case Advise on SKB Financing to KJK and Underlying Acquisition

ODI has advised SKB Banka d. d. (a part of Societe Generale Group) on a EUR 17.25 million acquisition financing of KJK Investicije 3 d.o.o., a Slovenian SPV under the control of KJK Fund II. Selih & Partnerji advised KJK on the financing and the underlying transaction — KJK’s acquisition of Tomplast d.o.o. (and indirectly its subsidiary Unitplast d.o.o.) from Ramapo Holdings Limited (which was represented by Ulcar & Partnerji and White & Case).

KJK Fund II — which was launched in 2012 and is designated for investments in the Balkan region — is domiciled in Luxemburg and represents a part of fund management operations of KJK Capital Oy, an independent asset manager headquartered in Helsinki, Finland.

Tomplast is a Slovenian production company for the production of thermoplast with over 35-year-old tradition in automotive, leisure, electric tools and building industry, electronics and telecommunications, and industrial equipment. In addition to the acquisition financing the financing was provided also to Tomplast, mainly for the purposes of refinancing its existing financial debt.

ODI advised SKB on all legal structuring issues in respect of the financing documentation, drafted and negotiated the facilities agreement and security documents, and provided SKB with closing assistance. The firm’s team was supervised by Managing Partner Uros Ilic and led by Senior Associate Lea Pecek, assisted by Associate Masa Drkusic on preparation of the security documents. 

The Selih & Partnerji team advising KJK was led by Partner Mia Kalas, supported by Barbara Hocevar and Spela Remec.

Matjaz Ulcar of Ulcar and Partners led his firm’s team advising Ramapo Holdings Limited. 

Michal Smrek and Damian Beaven —who both have since left the firm to join R2G (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on June 23, 2016) — led the White & Case team.

Last modified onTuesday, 26 July 2016 08:53
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