Bird & Bird (Prague)

Ivan Sagál

Bird & Bird (Prague)
Lawyer (Partner)

Ivan Sagál is a Managing Partner of Bird & Bird offices in the Czech Republic and Slovakia where he coordinates teams of lawyers to deliver excellent professional advice and outstanding client service. He is also the head of our Czech and Slovak Corporate and Banking & Finance Groups. At Bird & Bird, Ivan Sagál represents domestic and international clients from a range of sectors including financial services, real estate and construction, renewable energy, oil and gas, IT, telecoms and media, automotive, life sciences, aviation and FMCG as well as government and public sector bodies. Ivan Sagál offers significant expertise in corporate matters including mergers, reorganisations, liquidations, acquisitions, disposals and takeover bids. In real estate, he has experience in purchase and sale agreements, leases, landlord/tenant issues and property development matters. In banking and finance, his expertise includes acquisition and project finance, capital markets, insurance and regulatory matters including payments and more generally FinTech-related issues. He has also been coordinating legal advice in a number of cross-border outsourcing and restructuring projects involving human capital, and also regularly advise in complex employment matters. As well as contributing to legal publications, Ivan Sagál is often quoted in legal commentaries and the business media. He has also taken part in the Association for Corporate Growth, the Czech Venture Capital Association and the Association for Capital Markets. Before joining Bird & Bird, he spent over a decade at one of Prague’s largest law firms, where he was a partner responsible for M&A and banking and finance. Ivan Sagál is a member of the Czech Bar Association and the Slovak Bar Association.

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Annette Printz Nielsen, Hans Svensson, Kim Kit Ow, Slawomir Szepietowski, Stefano Febbi, Konrad Siegler, Michael Jünemann, Kristiina Lehvilä, Ivan Sagál, Michelle Chan, Shane Barber, Joost van Roosmalen, Trystan Tether, Pauline Kuipers, Scott McInnes, Cathie-Rosalie Joly, Adrian Calvo The Dutch Competition Authority publishes its report on the role of big techs in the payment market

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Dutch regulator calls for tighter regulation of Big Techs in payment market study On 1 December 2020, the Dutch competition authority (ACM) published its long-awaited report on the role of major technology firms (Big Techs) in the payment market. The publication of the report was expected in (...)

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