EFC presents €1 bln of Eastern Europe investments

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The European Finance Center represents Hungary’s OTP Bank. - correction

The European Finance Center, the exclusive Israeli representative of Hungary’s OTP Bank Nyrt, has presented deals valued at over €1 billion in its first three months in Israel. EFC directly represents Israeli investors in real estate, infrastructure, and energy with OTP Bank in Eastern Europe. The deals presented include residential and income-producing real estate, infrastructure, and energy investments undertaken by OTP Group in Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and other countries.

EFC CEO Ravit Huberfeld (Benshahar) said, “Growth in Eastern Europe enables many Israeli entrepreneurs to conduct varied business activity in a range of fields. Analysis of a deal and its legal structure is vital for the success of its financing. The financing of large real estate deals is an integral part of a deal’s feasibility, and negotiating with local banks requires expertise and knowledge of the financial system.” (globes-online)

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