Our Capital Markets team provides expert advice to domestic and international clients across the full range of regulatory and transactional matters in Greece’s debt and equity capital markets. With a team led by the former chair of the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission, our experience and expertise in listed and traded debt, high-yield bonds, equity issues and public M&A is among the strongest in Athens.
As the Greek financial markets continue to rebuild, we advise clients across a wide range of sectors on the most appropriate transaction structures and on how to execute successfully. Our deep regulatory expertise and strong connections to the supervisory authorities enables us to help clients navigate and comply with the requirements and directives of the Athens Stock Exchange and the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission, as well as the wider EU regulatory landscape. From corporate governance requirements and understanding of how decisions are made to the rules governing international activity, we provide legally accurate and commercially informed advice to issuers and underwriters on anything and everything to do with entering, operating in and exiting the Greek capital markets legally and profitably.
Clients typically come to us for advice on:
transaction structure and execution across debt and equity markets
Greek and EU regulatory frameworks
interaction with the Capital Markets Commission and Athens Stock Exchange
the everyday application of Greek and EU legislation within their businesses
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