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CMS Romania bolsters team with hire of two lawyers and tax consultant

International law firm CMS is pleased to announce that Edwina Udrescu (Senior Associate), Tania Baturi (Associate) and Stefan Mitru (Tax Consultant) will join the Energy Projects and Construction (EPC), Real Estate and Tax departments of the CMS Romania office.

Horea Popescu, Managing Partner of CMS Romania and Head of the CEE Corporate M&A Practice at CMS: “Due to increasing levels of activity over the last 12 months, CMS continues to experience promising growth and, as a result, we are delighted to welcome Edwina, Tania and Stefan to the firm. The Romanian market remains resilient, as demonstrated by the findings in our Emerging Europe M&A 2021/2022 Report published in January, with investors continuing to express a keen interest in key industries such as TMT, energy, real estate and manufacturing. In Bucharest, we have seen a strong start of the year and our teams are involved in numerous projects and transactions in the energy sector, with a focus on renewables, as well as across the firm’s other core sectors.”

With fifteen years of experience in business law, Edwina Udrescu is specialised in construction, public-private partnerships, real estate and infrastructure, as well as international arbitration and construction disputes. Throughout her career Edwina has coordinated international, multi-jurisdictional projects in the construction and infrastructure sector and she previously headed the legal department in the Romanian branch of a French construction company, offering consultancy on commercial and construction deals (type FIDIC, PPP) and concessions, infrastructure projects, public acquisitions, construction disputes, as well as internal and international commercial arbitration (CICA and ICC Regulations). Edwina graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest, subsequently achieving a master’s degree in construction law and dispute resolution from King’s College London. Edwina is also an arbitrator on the List of Arbitrators from the Court of International Commercial Arbitration Bucharest and a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Tania Baturi is a lawyer specialising in real estate and construction, as well as corporate law, advising national and international companies on real estate projects, drafting agreements and other documents related to the real estate transactions, including real estate due diligence aspects in logistics, industrial, residential and office buildings projects. Having graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest, Tania also has a master’s degree in private law.

Stefan Mitru is a tax consultant with considerable experience in VAT and indirect tax management. He is experienced at providing domestic and foreign companies with tax consultancy services. Prior to joining the CMS team, Stefan was a tax consultant for a Big Four company providing audit, tax and advisory services. Stefan graduated from Faculty of Finance, Insurance, Banking and Stock Exchange of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies.

About CMS
Founded in 1999, CMS is an integrated, multi-jurisdictional organisation of law firms that offers full-service legal and tax advice. With 80 offices in over 40 countries across the world and more than 5,000 lawyers, CMS has long-standing expertise both in advising in its local jurisdictions and across borders. From major multinationals and mid-caps to enterprising start-ups, CMS provides the technical rigour, strategic excellence and long-term partnership to keep each client ahead in its chosen markets.

The CMS member firms provide a wide range of expertise across 19 practice areas and sectors, including Corporate / M&A, Energy & Climate Change, Funds, Life Sciences & Healthcare, TMC, Tax, Banking & Finance, Commercial, Antitrust, Competition & Trade, Dispute Resolution, Employment & Pensions, Intellectual Property and Real Estate.

CMS offices and associated offices:
Aberdeen, Abu Dhabi, Algiers, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Barcelona, Beijing, Beirut, Belgrade, Bergen, Berlin, Bogotá, Bratislava, Bristol, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Casablanca, Cologne, Dubai, Duesseldorf, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Funchal, Geneva, Glasgow, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Johannesburg, Kyiv, Leipzig, Lima, Lisbon, Liverpool, Ljubljana, London, Luanda, Luxembourg, Lyon, Madrid, Manchester, Mexico City, Milan, Mombasa, Monaco, Moscow, Munich, Muscat, Nairobi, Oslo, Paris, Podgorica, Poznan, Prague, Reading, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Santiago de Chile, Sarajevo, Shanghai, Sheffield, Singapore, Skopje, Sofia, Stavanger, Strasbourg, Stuttgart, Tel Aviv, Tirana, Utrecht, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb and Zurich.

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