Dentons advises on one of the largest Hungarian property deals in 2015

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Global law firm Dentons has advised the seller of a prime real estate portfolio in Budapest – including MOM Park Shopping Center and Offices and West End Business Center Offices, to a consortium consisting of Morgan Stanley, Wing and CC Real and many others – Dentons said in an announcement today.

"We were very pleased to support our client on this successful exit,” Judit Kővári, the head of Dentons’ Budapest Real Estate group, said. “This deal is a major real estate transaction for the Hungarian market and is a great example of Dentons ability to advise international players on their real estate projects in Hungary,” the head added.

A representative of the seller said that "The team at Dentons has been integral to the delivery of a smooth, efficient sale process.”

The Dentons Budapest team that advised on the transaction was led by Partner Judit Kővári with support from Counsel Marcell Szőnyi and Associates Anna Gerendás and Luca Bokor.

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