Sergiu Negreanu, Managing Associate, has a broad financing experience, with a particular focus on project finance, acquisition finance and real estate finance. He also has a wide-ranging experience in restructurings of non-performing loans and distressed assets.
Sergiu regularly advises banks and other types of financial institutions, investment funds, borrowers on all aspects of complex financing transactions.
In addition to his main area of expertise, Sergiu has extensive experience in advising fintechs on various regulatory matters. Moreover, he is passionate about the legal aspects of the crypto-assets industry.
His complex professional activity led to IFLR 1000 naming him as a young pragmatic lawyer and a specialist of financing transactions.
Before starting his professional activity, Sergiu graduated the international financial transactions master programme of King’s College London.
- Member of the legal team providing legal assistance to a consortium made of international investment funds and asset management funds with respect to the acquisition from HETA Group (entity owned by the Austrian State) of more portfolios of non-performing loans and assets located in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
- Member of the legal team providing legal assistance to a telecommunications company in relation to the syndicated financing which was made available for the acquisition of the company operating the optical fibre of Bucharest.
- Member of the legal team providing legal assistance to the global private real estate investment management arm of Morgan Stanley and a group of investment management companies owned by American and Hungarian shareholders with respect to the financing of the acquisition of the America House office building (Bucharest) and of Promenada Mall (Targu-Mures). The financing was made available by the Erste Bank Group.
- Co-coordinating the legal team which is regularly granting assistance in relation to the financing which was made available to the MedLife Group by a syndicate of various banks.