Bird & Bird (Budapest)

Konrad Siegler

Bird & Bird (Budapest)
Lawyer (Partner)

As a Budapest-based partner at Bird & Bird, Konrad Siegler specialises in banking, finance and capital markets transactions, offering considerable experience in M&A, bankruptcy and restructuring, as well as energy projects and general corporate and commercial law. During three decades of experience, he has represented Hungarian and international banks, as well as borrower companies, in numerous project finance and syndicated lending transactions, mostly in the energy and real estate sectors. Konrad Siegler has also advised on regulatory matters in bank sale, purchase and merger transactions, and have provided regulatory advice on standard form legal documentation for investment banks and financial institutions. Over the years, Konrad Siegler has also been involved in a number of public offerings and private share placements, as well as stock exchange listings of shares and bonds. He has advised on the largest equity offerings in Hungary’s history as well as on most of the large public bond offerings in Hungary, and on a number of private placements and commercial paper programmes. He also has wide-ranging experience in complex derivative transactions, investment regulatory matters and public disclosure issues, as well as payments regulation. His track records in corporate and M&A matters includes public company M&A, privatisations, complex corporate restructurings in numerous sectors, and mergers in banking and other industries, as well as advising on some of the largest and most complex M&A and privatisation transactions in Hungary.

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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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