Tijana Arsenijevic

Kinstellar (Belgrade)
Lawyer (Attorney-at-law)

Tijana Arsenijević has extensive experience in general corporate law, energy, banking and finance matters. She has advised, amongst others, Skechers USA on debt-restructuring arrangements with their debtors in CEE, as well as several foreign funds in relation to a potential purchase of sovereign and quasi-sovereign debt in Serbia, which included a need to come up with innovative solutions under the relatively conservative foreign-exchange framework in Serbia. She has been actively assisting clients with respect to various regulatory issues related to energy-related activities in Serbia. Tijana also advised NIS a.d., the leading oil producer in Serbia (majority-owned by Russia’s Gazprom), on a range of corporate governance issues in the process of the company’s harmonization with the new company law framework in Serbia. Tijana is qualified to practice law in Serbia and speaks Serbian and English.

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Kinstellar (Belgrade)

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Mirko Lalatovic, Tijana Arsenijevic The Serbian Competition Authority confirms the application of merger control rules to foreign-to-foreign transactions in a merger case concerning two banks (Sberbank and DenizBank)

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On 4 July 2012, the Serbian Competition Authority (the “Competition Authority”) issued a decision approving a merger between Sberbank of Russia, a company with its registered seat at Moscow, the Russian Federation (“Sberbank”), and DenizBank A.S., a company with its registered seat at Istanbul, (...)

Mirko Lalatovic, Tijana Arsenijevic The Serbian Administrative Court annuls the decision of the Competition Authority prohibiting a merger between the two largest sugar producers in the Republic of Serbia (Sunoko / Hellenic Sugar Industry)

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On 8 June 2012, the Serbian Administrative Court (the "Court") annulled the decision of the Serbian Competition Authority (the "Competition Authority") prohibiting a merger between Sunoko d.o.o. Novi Sad, with its registered seat at Novi Sad, the Republic of Serbia ("Sunoko"), and Hellenic (...)

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