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How to utilize development of cooperation with Turkey – Kinstellar opens law firm in Istanbul

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By opening a new office in Istanbul shortly after it has started operating in Belgrade, Kinstellar, the leading law in the countries of central and east Europe, wants to use the opportunities in Serbian and Turkish market, as well as the strengthening of cooperation between the two countries. The newly opened office in Istanbul will be providing legal services to international clients who invest in Turkey and Turkish clients who invest abroad, and it will be run by two leading Turkish lawyers.

Having in mind good economic and commercial relations between Serbia and Turkey, the significance of strategic partnership of the two countries, as well as the Free Trade Agreement that was signed in mid-2009, Kinstellar is going to use its potentials within the framework of mutual economic cooperation between Serbia and Turkey, as well as its rich experience in work with the world’s largest companies, in order to contribute to strengthening of economic relations between the two countries.

– We are extremely proud of the office in Istanbul. Turkey is a very interesting market to us and we can prove our capabilities in it. Turkish economy is currently one of the world’s quickest-growing economies and, by opening an office in Istanbul, we want to meet the demands of economic by providing constant and quality consulting services to international investors – said Jason Mogg, the Managing Partner at Kinstellar.

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Kinstellar operates in six countries – Serbia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary and Turkey, and it plans to expand the business to other countries of east and central Europe.

Members of Kinstellar’s team in Serbia have coordinated numerous large projects, including the provision of advising services to Telenor in the acquisition of Mobi 063, which was the biggest transaction in Serbia ever, and to the banking consortium in the funding of acquisition of breweries of AB InBev in the region, which was the biggest transaction in central and east Europe in 2009.

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