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Filip & Company assisted Sensiblu in the acquisition of 23 Optifarm pharmacies

Filip & Company has assisted Sensiblu, part of A&D Pharma – Dr. Max group, in acquiring 23 pharmacies that had belonged to Optifarm.

Filip & Company provided legal assistance in relation to the contractual documentation and the notification of the transaction before the Romanian Competition Council. The transaction required that several complex commercial and financial aspects be tackled and reflected in the contractual documentation.

Sensiblu is a brand with a continuous vision of transformation, growth and constant improvement. We are honoured to have had the opportunity to assist Sensiblu in one of this year’s important transactions and we are glad to have been able to see it through successfully. We are proud of our clients’ success and that we could contribute”, said Monica Stătescu, partner at Filip & Company.

The Filip & Company team was coordinated by Monica Stătescu (partner) and included Simona Ungureanu (associate), while Georgeta Gavriloiu (counsel) coordinated the competition team involved in the case that consisted of Dragoș Iordache (senior associate) and Andrea Panțiru (associate).

The lawyers at Filip & Company have had important roles in many of the key M&A transactions in Romania. Whether they were privatisations, private equity, venture capital or growth capital transactions or other complex M&A, in most of the cases, at least one of the parties was legally assisted by Filip & Company. Furthermore, the lawyers at Filip & Company are ranked first in the most prestigious international legal directories – Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 – with their M&A practice, both as a team as well as individually.

 

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