Archive for October, 2015

SEE Legal has issued its third edition of The Southeast Europe Energy Handbook 2015

Monday, October 26th, 2015

The Southeast Europe Energy Handbook 2015 is a product of the Energy-Infrastructure Practice Group of SEE Legal (the South East Europe Legal Group). It highlights the major aspects in the energy sector, such as market structures, licensing, price regulations, access to the grid, etc., and provides all the legislative updates which took place over the past year in the SEE region.

The Bulgarian chapter, contributed by Alexander Chatalbashev (Head of Energy and Natural Resources) and Angel Angelov (Senior Associate), provides an insight on all the important aspects in the Bulgarian energy sector. The chapter serves its main purpose to raise readers’ attention as to the Bulgarian energy legislation and assists in identifying the issues that might influence investment and business development decisions in the country.

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SEE Legal has issued its first edition of The Southeast Europe Taking & Enforcing Security Handbook 2015

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

The Southeast Europe Taking & Enforcing Security Handbook 2015 is a product of the Banking and Finance Practice Group of SEE Legal (the South East Europe Legal Group). It focuses on the most commonly used types of security interests in South East Europe today (such as mortgages, pledges and financial collateral (where available)). The SEE Legal Group hopes that it will prove to be a helpful deskbook resource for in-house counsels, finance professionals and legal practitioners in dealing with security taking or enforcement in South East Europe.

The Bulgarian chapter, contributed by Damian Simeonov (Head of Banking and Finance) and Ralitsa Nedkova (Senior Associate), provides an insight on the key aspects of taking and enforcing security interests, including available security, the use of security trustee and/or parallel debt concepts, specifics in relation to certain categories of assets, the degree of control the creditor has over the enforcement process, costs and expenses for creating and maintaining security and the effects of opening of insolvency proceedings on security interests.

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