Olga Nita is a partner in the Corporate and M&A department at Filip & Company.
Olga’s primary practice areas are corporate, M&A and capital markets.
Highlights of her activity include assisting:
- the leading regional communications and media company on (i) its initial public offering in 2017; (ii) a complex refinancing of its bonds and part of its bank debt through a EUR 350 million high-yield bond issue under Rule 144A and a RON 1.687 billion syndicated financing in 2016; (iii) the February 2019 EUR 200 million tap issuance of bonds; and (iv) the issuance of two series of senior secured bonds totalizing EUR 850 million, which took place in February 2020;
- a Romanian authority on the Rule 144A upgrade of their EUR 41 billion EMTN programme and subsequent drawdowns;
- one of the largest banks in Romania in connection with the issuance of EUR-denominated unsecured subordinated Tier 2 Capital bonds in an aggregate nominal value of EUR 285 million;
- one of the largest banks in Romania in relation to the issuance of RON-denominated unsecured subordinated Tier 2 Capital bonds in an aggregate nominal value of RON 480 million;
- a multilateral development bank in relation to its listing on the regulated market of the Bucharest Stock Exchange of the following offering of bonds: (i) 2015 offering of RON 111 million bonds; (ii) 2016 offering RON 300 million bonds; (iii) 2017 offering of bonds, structured in two tranches – a EUR 60 million tranche and a RON 300 million tranche, (iv) 2018 offering of RON 300 million bonds and respectively, EUR 80 million bonds; and (v) 2019 offering of RON 500 million bonds;
- one of the largest steel manufacturers in the world in relation to its sale of the operations in a number of European jurisdictions, including the largest Romanian steel plant;
- one of the world’s leading private equity firms on matters of Romanian law in relation to the acquisition and subsequent sale of a multinational brewing company (the transaction was valued at USD 3.5 billion);
- the leading regional communications and media company in relation to (i) the acquisition of one of the key operators on the Hungarian telecommunications market; and (ii) the sale of its Czech, Slovak and Croatian cable and DTH businesses.