Sayenko Kharenko acted as legal counsel to a private investor on
acquisition of a controlling shareholding in PJSC
"Region-Bank". The deal was closed in January 2017.
Sayenko Kharenko provided full transactional support of the
deal, including advice on corporate law and regulatory matters. The
scope of work included legal due diligence of the bank, deal
structuring and drafting transactional documents, legal support of
early repayment of subordinated debt, obtaining approval of the
National Bank of Ukraine for acquisition of qualifying shareholding
in the bank, legal support of the bank's charter capital
increase and general shareholders meeting.
The project was successfully completed by Sayenko Kharenko's
corporate and M&A team, which included counsel
Oleksandr Nikolaichyk and associates Kateryna Zhebanova,
Mykhailo Grynyshyn and Dasha Dashkevych. The project was supervised
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