Alexandra Manciulea is a partner in the Banking & Financial Services department at Filip & Company. With an experience of over 10 years on the market, Alexandra has been involved in a broad range of financing transactions, restructurings and regulatory matters, including with respect to the development of online businesses in the financial sector and the digitalisation of financial markets’ players, as well as in several high profile acquisitions carried out in the financial sector and some of the most significant transactions on the market related to sale of performing and non-performing loan portfolios. Before joining Filip & Company, Alexandra has worked in the Bucharest office of a Magic Circle law firm.
Highlights of her activity include assisting:
- one of the leading media and telecommunication companies in Romania in connection to a EUR 350 million bonds issuance by its parent company and a syndicated financing of RON 1.687 billion;
- a syndicate of 23 domestic and international lenders in relation to a revolving credit facility of EUR 1 billion granted to the largest oil and gas group in South-eastern Europe;
- a Dutch multinational banking and financial services company in the process of granting two loan facilities with an overall amount of EUR 37 million to a Romanian port operator, one for financing the acquisition and installation of a silo in the Port of Constanta and the other for the financing of the building for the storage of bulk freight in the same Port;
- a large European private equity fund in relation to an EUR 23 million financing and acquisition transaction of one of the most important CEE investment companies, with the current core market in Romania;
- a banking institution in relation to the largest acquisition on the Romanian banking market in 2017, namely 99.15% of Bancpost’s shares and of 100% of the shares issued by ERB Retail Services IFN and ERB Leasing IFN, companies part of Eurobank group and in connection to its acquisition of Volksbank Romania SA, the largest transaction in the banking sector in 2014.