Sayenko Kharenko's antitrust team has provided legal
assistance in obtaining merger clearance with the Antimonopoly
Committee of Ukraine (the "AMC") for the
USD 60 billion acquisition by Denali Holding Inc
(Dell) of EMC Corporation (EMC),
the largest technology merger in history. The transaction has
created the world's largest privately-controlled tech
Dell EMC, a part of Dell Technologies, enables
organizations to modernize, automate and transform their data
center using industry-leading converged infrastructure, servers,
storage and data protection technologies. Dell EMC brings together
Dell's and EMC's respective strong capabilities and
complementary portfolios, sales teams and R&D. Dell EMC
services its customers – including 98 per cent of the Fortune
500 – with the industry's broadest, most innovative
infrastructure portfolio from edge to core to cloud.
After examining the proposed transaction, the AMC has concluded
that its implementation poses neither threat to competition nor
significantly limits competition on any product market in
Sayenko Kharenko's antitrust team for the current
transaction included senior associate
Valentyna Hvozd, associate Ludmyla Smiyan, and was led by
Sayenko Kharenko enjoys global reputation as a leading
Ukrainian law firm with an internationally oriented full-service
practice. The firm's leading market position builds on
continuous excellence of its highly specialized practice teams.
During the past two years, Sayenko Kharenko collected three of the
most prestigious professional excellence country awards, more
specifically, Law Firm of the Year by each of IFLR European Awards,
Who's Who Legal European Awards and Chambers Europe Award for
Excellence. Most recently, Sayenko Kharenko was crowned Ukraine Law
Firm of the Year by Who's Who Legal 2016, and shortlisted in
Russia, Ukraine & the CIS category by The Lawyer European
Awards 2016 and Ukraine Law Firm of the Year category by Chambers
Europe Awards 2016.
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