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LEXTAL advised the sellers in the sale of Premium 7 gas stations to Circle K (Statoil)

LEXTAL advised the sellers in the sale of Premium 7 gas stations to Circle K (Statoil). LEXTAL’s team was led by partner Ants Karu.

 

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LEXTAL advised AS Aasa Global in 50MEUR private equity deal

LEXTAL advised AS Aasa Global in 50MEUR private equity deal. Aasa Global is operating non-collateral consumer credit businesses in Finland through its local subsidiaries. LEXTAL team was led by partner Ants Karu.

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LEXTAL advised Bank Zachodni WBK S.A.-d

LEXTAL advised Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. (Santander Group) in connection with the accession of Estonian company to the existing 18MEUR revolving credit facility granted to a group of financial service companies operating in Eastern Europe. LEXTAL team was led by partner Ants Karu.

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LEXTAL advised Atso Matsalu in connection with the management buy-out of Puukeskuse AS

LEXTAL advised Atso Matsalu in connection with the management buy-out of Puukeskuse AS (http://www.puukeskus.ee) from DT Finland OY (Wolseley group). LEXTAL team was led by partners Urmas Ustav and Ants Karu.

More information from the daily newspaper Äripäev in Estonian: http://www.aripaev.ee/uudised/2016/08/01/puukeskuse-juht-ostis-ettevotte-valja and http://www.aripaev.ee/uudised/2016/08/01/matsalu-ainuomanikuna-on-lihtsam-tegutseda.

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LEXTAL published an overview about M&A rules in the Baltic states

The analysis Merger control in the Baltic States introduces comparatively the rules of merger control in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The authors of the material are Margus Reiland from Estonia, Edvins Vilkins from Latvia and Tadas Vilcinskas from Lithuania.

Read an overview about M&A rules in the Baltic states here: Merger control

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Partner Alar Urm advised Marsalis Marsalis Metall in the agreement to acquire Loksa shipyard

Partner Alar Urm4 advised Marsalis Marsalis Metall in the agreement to acquire Loksa shipyard. Loksa shipyard was founded in 1905. It is located on the northern coast of Estonia just about 65 kilometres from Tallinn and specializes in fabrication and painting different large-sized non-standard steel structures.

More information from the daily newspaper Äripäev in Estonian.

 

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Partner Ants Karu advised Aasa Global

Ants Karu13 advised Aasa Global in Estonian law matters in connection with investment by Novator Partners and Olympia Group into AASA group. New investors committed EUR 30 million to fund loan portfolio development in Poland and Czech Republic and to continue European expansion. New investment will also be used to fund research and development of group’s own credit scoring based on big data.  AASA group is headquartered in Estonia and operates non-collateral consumer credit businesses in several countries, incl Finland, Poland, Czech Republic and Sweden.

More information on http://aasaglobal.com/

and http://www.novator.co.uk/

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Attorney at law Tiina Pukk advised seed company Capster with bringing in their first round of investment

Attorney at law Tiina Pukk advised seed company Capster with bringing in their first round of investment. Capster is a Tehnopol Startup Incubator company who has set its heart and mind to combat chronic rhinitis. Total value of the investment was 85,000 EUR coming from seven investors, three of whom are members of Estonian Business Angels Network EstBAN.

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Attorney at Law Tiina Pukk advised coModule with investment involving

Attorney at law Tiina Pukk advised coModule with investment involving. In autumn 2014 coModule participated in 3-month Startupbootcamp business accelerating program in Germany and also this time 500,000EUR investment came from Germany. Tiina Pukk advised coModule founders and prepared transaction documents from Estonian side. See more on coModule at www.comodule.com.29

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