Edina Schweizer joins Noerr as partner in Budapest
Dr. Edina Schweizer has joined law firm Noerr as associate partner in Budapest and head of the local banking and finance team, states a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Schweizer will also assume the role of co-head of Noerr’s CEE Banking and Finance Practice, which works across the core CEE countries of the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary.
Schweizer gained professional experience working for major international law firms across a broad spectrum of legal areas for more than 15 years. Most recently, she was Counsel at Kinstellar and left the law office after eight years, having earlier worked at Linklaters and Freshfields.
According to the press release, Schweizer has built a reputation as a leading lawyer acting for both lenders and borrowers on a variety of complex domestic and cross-border banking and finance transactions. These have included syndicated and club loans, project finance, real estate finance, acquisition finance, structured and leveraged finance, NPLs, debt restructurings, insolvency and banking regulatory matters.
She also has experience advising on capital markets and securities transactions, including share and bond issues, IPOs, stock exchange listings, securitization, derivatives (ISDA) and capital market regulatory matters.
“Edina will bring significant value to our growing Budapest office in a number of areas that we are committed to develop, and we are proud to have her with us,” commented Zoltán Nádasdy, head of Noerr’s Budapest office.
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