Florentin Țuca is Managing Partner at Țuca Zbârcea & Asociații. He has extensive professional experience as a consultant/expert in critical legislative drafting in various areas (Privatisations, Concessions, Banking, etc.) and in domestic & international arbitration, particularly disputes arising from the violation of bilateral investment treaties.
He frequently publishes articles of interest to civil society, both on his personal blog www.florentintuca.ro and in various magazines and publications, including online, such as Dilema Veche magazine, contributors.ro, adevarul.ro, juridice.ro, universuljuridic.ro, hotnews.ro. He wrote the volumes of essays "Galceava cu juristul din mine" (Quarrelling with my inner jurist) (Humanitas Publishing House, 2014) and "Adevarul in cautare de minister" (The truth in quest of a ministry) (Universul Juridic Publishing House, 2021).
He has lectured on current legal issues in many domestic and international conferences and forums organized by private or academic institutions. In 2012, he was designated "European Managing Partner of the Year" by the London publication The Lawyer.
Florentin Țuca has a PhD in law (2007) with a thesis on public-private partnerships. He was an assistant professor at the Faculty of Law for three years.
He is fluent in English and French.
- Coordinator of the legal team retained by a Governmental authority in a EUR 700,000,000 privatization of Daewoo Automobile Romania SA (DWAR) with Ford Motor Co., including preparing the privatization strategy and assisting a Governmental authority during negotiations.
- Coordinator of the legal team retained by a major French construction company on a PPP for the building and operation of a section of the Bucharest–Braşov highway.
- Coordinator of the legal team which has successfully assisted and represented the Romanian authorities in an important ICSID arbitration initiated by Noble Ventures Inc.
- Coordinator of the legal team retained by one of the world’s leading international financial service providers, based in Germany, in connection with the acquisition/privatisation of Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR).