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May 26, 2022

Dentons advises a syndicate of banks on complex refinancing of Fortuna Entertainment Group

Global law firm Dentons advised a club of banks – consisting of Česká spořitelna, Komerční banka and UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia – on the €550 million complex refinancing of Fortuna Entertainment Group in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Croatia and the Netherlands. In addition to this latest transaction, Dentons also advised on the original financing back in 2017 as well as on several subsequent amendments.

Prague-based Banking and Finance partner Daniel Hurych, led the multi-jurisdictional Dentons team supported by senior associate Jan Hrivnák and assocate Eva Klímová. The team also included counsel Patricia Gossányiová, senior associate Petra Štrbová and associate Richard Marcinčin in Bratislava; partner Simona Marin and senior associate Lawrence Florescu (both advising on English law aspects of the transaction), counsel Oana Ionascu and associate Isabela Gheorghe in Bucharest; partner Marcel Janssen and associates Shivaughn Tets and Daan Overwater in Amsterdam; partner Piotr Nerwiński, senior associate Mateusz Krajewski and associate Marta Borowska in Warsaw. In addition, Dentons coordinated with external counsel Šavorić & Partners (a member of the Nextlaw Referral Network), which provided legal services under Croatian law.

Daniel Hurych commented: “This new (re-)financing was significant not only due to its size, and its successfully implemented aggressive timeline, but because it also highlighted the strengths and close integration of our teams across our Prague, Bratislava, Bucharest, Amsterdam and Warsaw offices.”

Fortuna Entertainment Group N.V. is the leading omni-channel betting and gaming operator in Central and Eastern Europe. Originally a Czech company, it has grown over time into a holding company with more than 6,000 employees globally. Currently, it operates in five European markets: the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Romania and Croatia.

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