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Ivan Gazdic

Partner
Attorney-at-law for real estate & construction

Petrikić & Partneri AOD
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Krunska 73
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
Languages Serbian, English
Real Estate

Specialisation in Real Estate & Construction Law

Ivan Gazdić is an attorney-at-law for Real Estate & Construction. He has notable experience in advising on various real estate transactions in both development projects and acquisitions. He has, for instance, guided clients through specific regulations in the real estate area and accompanies them throughout the entire duration of a project, preparing legal due diligence reports, solving ownership-related issues, drafting transaction documentation, etc.

Industries

In the construction sector, Ivan Gazdić advises clients in the process of obtaining building permits and relevant licenses, on urban-planning matters as well as on the FIDIC suite of contracts and other forms of construction contracts.

Relying on his vast experience in acting for both tenants and landlords, Ivan Gazdić helps clients in the negotiations of complex NNN leases.

Ivan Gazdić has successfully advised clients in numerous conversion procedures, i.e. the conversion of the right of use into ownership rights over land. Moreover, in his capacity as the President of the Foreign Investors Council’s Real Estate Committee, he has been appointed a member of a working group for drafting amendments to the Serbian Land Conversion Act.

Lectures list

Ivan Gazdić regularly gives lectures on real estate and project finance to appraisers and banks.

Ranking

Ranked by all relevant global legal directories:

  • Chambers and Partners
  • The Legal 500
  • Who’s Who Legal

2019: Up and Coming – Chambers Europe

2018 & 2019: Next Generation Lawyers – The Legal 500

Well respected for his expertise in real estate, where he frequently advises on leasing matters and property developments.”Chambers Europe, 2019

He’s very proactive and in a position to give good advice in any real estate case.” Chambers Europe, 2019

Function

President of the Foreign Investors Council’s Real Estate Committee since 2016Member of a working group for drafting amendments to the Serbian Land Conversion Act, 2019

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Relevant experience

  • Advising an international financial institution on project finance restructuring regarding the development of a luxury hotel chain in Montenegro.
  • Preparing legal due diligence for one of the largest Chinese state-owned construction companies, regarding the acquisition of an office building in Belgrade.
  • Representation in negotiations concerning a EUR-65million LMA-based syndicated cross-border lending transaction.
  • Advising a Belgium-based renewable energy company on M&A, real estate and construction and energy matters.
  • Advising one of the largest Turkish banks on a portfolio of NPLs, analysing various properties and mortgages.
  • Advising a Finnish technology company in ICC arbitration proceedings regarding FIDIC contracts.
  • Legal support to a UK-based investment company and a Belgium-based investment fund regarding six real estate projects in Serbia, including the largest retail park in Belgrade, advising on acquisitions, construction, building permits, project finance (LMA-based), land conversion procedures, leases and M&A transactions.
  • Advising on construction and property matters for a hotel in Belgrade.
  • Advising various Israeli real estate investors on their investments in shopping centres and retail parks in Serbia.
  • Acting for a group of banks regarding the financing of one of the largest real estate projects of all times in Montenegro.
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Memberships & Roles

  • Member of the International Bar Association, active in its Real Estate Committee
  • Representative of CMS Belgrade in AmCham’s Real Estate Committee and Energy Committee
  • Member of the Serbian Energy Law Association
  • Member of a working group for drafting amendments to the Serbian Land Conversion Act
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Publications

  1. FIC Guide 2019/20 (page 75), Foreign Investors Council, 2019
  2. Refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to fossil fuels in Serbia, Balkan Green Energy News, 2019
  3. Construction and Projects in Serbia: Overview, Thomson Reuters, 2019
  4. FIC Guide 2018/19 (page 89), Foreign Investors Council, 2018
  5. Real Estate and Construction in Serbia, International Bar Association, 2018
  6. Građevina pokreće srpsku privredu – Elektronske dozvole i kvalitetnija regulativa ubrzavaju tržište nekretnina (Real estate and interior – The growth of the market brings new business opportunities), eKapija, 2018
  7. FIC Guide 2017/18 (page 88), Foreign Investors Council, 2017
  8. The nature of a construction contract in Serbia, Thomson Reuters, 2017
  9. Serbian Construction Industry is Back on Track, CEE Legal Matters, 2017
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Education

  • 2012 to present – admitted to the Serbian Bar Association – attorney-at-law
  • 2012 – Serbian bar exam, attorney exam
  • 2005 to 2009 – LL.B. Law School, University of Belgrade

Ivan Gazdić attended the following trainings:

  • Seminar: The New FIDIC 2017 Contracts, Prime Consulting, 2018
  • ACES and MACE local/regional FIDIC training event (FIDIC Contracts – Application in Projects), 2016
  • Construction Contract and Equipment Delivery in Domestic and International Practice, UPS, 2015
  • Workshop: Construction Claims (FIDIC and other contracts), Prime Consulting, 2014
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Infrastructure & Projects

Specialisation in Infrastructure & Projects

Ivan Gazdić heads the Projects & Infrastructure practice in the CMS Belgrade office. He joined the CMS Belgrade team after gaining a decade of experience in providing legal advice on the development of commercial, real estate and energy projects in Serbia and in Montenegro.

Industries

In particular, Ivan Gazdić assists clients with regard to joint ventures, project development agreements, project finance, EPC contracts, PPP and other aspects of various projects. He has sound experience in structuring complex project development transactions. His wide mix of knowledge in the real estate, energy and finance areas allows him to tailor his advice to any project, examining the overall transaction from multiple angles to identify issues and risks in various spheres.

Lecturing activity

Ivan regularly gives lectures on real estate and project finance to appraisers and banks.

Ranking

Ranked by all relevant global legal directories:

  • Chambers and Partners
  • The Legal 500
  • Who’s Who Legal

2019: Up and Coming - Chambers Europe

2018 & 2019: Next Generation Lawyers - The Legal 500

“Well respected for his expertise in real estate, where he frequently advises on leasing matters and property developments.”
Chambers Europe, 2019

“He’s very proactive and in a position to give good advice in any real estate case.”
Chambers Europe, 2019

Function

President of the Foreign Investors Council’s Real Estate Committee since 2016

Member of a working group for drafting amendments to the Land Conversion Act, 2019

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Relevant experience

  • Advising an international financial institution on project finance restructuring regarding the development of a luxury hotel chain in Montenegro.
  • Preparing legal due diligence for one of the largest Chinese state-owned construction companies, regarding the acquisition of an office building in Belgrade.
  • Representation in negotiations concerning a EUR-65million LMA-based syndicated cross-border lending transaction.
  • Advising a Belgium-based renewable energy company on M&A, real estate and construction and energy matters.
  • Advising one of the largest Turkish banks on a portfolio of NPLs, analysing various properties and mortgages.
  • Advising a Finnish technology company in ICC arbitration proceedings regarding FIDIC contracts.
  • Legal support to a UK-based investment company and a Belgium-based investment fund regarding six real estate projects in Serbia, including the largest retail park in Belgrade, advising on acquisitions, construction, building permits, project finance (LMA-based), land conversion procedures, leases and M&A transactions.
  • Advising on construction and property matters for a hotel in Belgrade.
  • Advising various Israeli real estate investors on their investments in shopping centres and retail parks in Serbia.
  • Acting for a group of banks regarding the financing of one of the largest real estate projects of all times in Montenegro.
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Memberships & Roles

  • Member of the International Bar Association, active in its Real Estate Committee
  • Representative of CMS Belgrade in AmCham’s Real Estate Committee and Energy Committee
  • Member of the Serbian Energy Law Association
  • Member of a working group for drafting amendments to the Serbian Land Conversion Act
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Publications

  1. FIC Guide 2019/20 (page 75), Foreign Investors Council, 2019
  2. Refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to fossil fuels in Serbia, Balkan Green Energy News, 2019
  3. Construction and Projects in Serbia: Overview, Thomson Reuters, 2019
  4. FIC Guide 2018/19 (page 89), Foreign Investors Council, 2018
  5. Real Estate and Construction in Serbia, International Bar Association, 2018
  6. Građevina pokreće srpsku privredu – Elektronske dozvole i kvalitetnija regulativa ubrzavaju tržište nekretnina (Real estate and interior – The growth of the market brings new business opportunities), eKapija, 2018
  7. FIC Guide 2017/18 (page 88), Foreign Investors Council, 2017
  8. The nature of a construction contract in Serbia, Thomson Reuters, 2017
  9. Serbian Construction Industry is Back on Track, CEE Legal Matters, 2017
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Education

  • 2012 to present – admitted to the Serbian Bar Association – attorney-at-law
  • 2012 – Serbian bar exam, attorney exam
  • 2005 to 2009 – LL.B. Law School, University of Belgrade

Ivan Gazdić attended the following trainings:

  • Seminar: The New FIDIC 2017 Contracts, Prime Consulting, 2018
  • ACES and MACE local/regional FIDIC training event (FIDIC Contracts – Application in Projects), 2016
  • Construction Contract and Equipment Delivery in Domestic and International Practice, UPS, 2015
  • Workshop: Construction Claims (FIDIC and other contracts), Prime Consulting, 2014
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Energy & Climate Change

Specialisation in Energy law

Ivan Gazdić has expertise in energy law and infrastructure, including the development and financing wind farms and other energy facilities, waste disposal plants, and energy efficiency projects.

Industries

He is experienced in providing legal advice in the energy sector, particularly in relation to renewable energy projects (e.g. development of wind farm projects), mining and geological exploration, WtE projects, RDF, PPP, energy efficiency (ESCO related projects), licensing matters, feed-in-tariffs, etc.

Lecturing activity

Ivan regularly gives lectures on real estate and project finance to appraisers and banks.

Ranking

Ranked by all relevant global legal directories:

  • Chambers and Partners
  • The Legal 500
  • Who’s Who Legal 

2019: Up and Coming - Chambers Europe

2018 & 2019: Next Generation Lawyers - The Legal 500

“Well respected for his expertise in real estate, where he frequently advises on leasing matters and property developments.”
Chambers Europe, 2019

“He’s very proactive and in a position to give good advice in any real estate case.”
Chambers Europe, 2019

Function

President of the Foreign Investors Council’s Real Estate Committee since 2016

Member of a working group for drafting amendments to the Land Conversion Act, 2019

more less

Relevant experience

  • Advising an international financial institution on project finance restructuring regarding the development of a luxury hotel chain in Montenegro.
  • Preparing legal due diligence for one of the largest Chinese construction state-owned company, regarding acquisition of an office building in Belgrade.
  • Representation in negotiations of the EUR 65 million LMA based syndicated cross-border lending.
  • Advising a Belgium based renewable energy company on M&A, real estate & construction and energy matters.
  • Advising one of the largest Turkish banks on a portfolio of NPLs, analysing various properties and mortgages.
  • Advising a Finnish technology company in the ICC arbitration proceedings regarding FIDIC contracts.
  • Legal support to a UK-based investment company and a Belgium-based investment fund regarding six real estate projects in Serbia, including the largest retail park in Belgrade, advising on acquisitions, construction, building permits, project finance (LMA based), land conversion procedures, leases, M&A transactions.
  • Advice on construction and property matters for a hotel in Belgrade.
  • Advising various Israeli real estate investors on their investments in shopping malls and retail parks in Serbia.
  • Acting for a group of banks regarding the financing of one of the largest real estate projects of all times in Montenegro.
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Memberships & Roles

  • Member of the International Bar Association, active in its Real Estate Committee
  • Representative of CMS Belgrade in AmCham’s Real Estate Committee and Energy Committee
  • Member of the Serbian Energy Law Association
  • Member of a working group for drafting amendments to the Land Conversion Act
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Publications

  1. FIC Guide 2019/20 (page 75), Foreign Investors Council, 2019
  2. Refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to fossil fuels in Serbia, Balkan Green Energy News, 2019
  3. Construction and Projects in Serbia: overview, Thomson Reuters, 2019
  4. FIC Guide 2018/19 (page 89), Foreign Investors Council, 2018
  5. IBA: Real Estate and Construction in Serbia, International Bar Association, 2018
  6. eKapija: Real estate and interior - The growth of the market brings new business opportunities, eKapija, 2018
  7. FIC Guide 2017/18 (page 88), Foreign Investors Council, 2017
  8. The nature of a construction contract in Serbia, Thomson Reuters, 2017
  9. Serbian construction industry is back on track, CEE Legal Matters, 2017
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Education

  • 2012 to present – admitted to the Serbian Bar Association – attorney-at-law
  • 2012 – Serbian bar exam, attorney exam
  • 2005 to 2009 – LL.B. Law School, University of Belgrade

Ivan Gazdić attended the following trainings:

  • Seminar: The New FIDIC 2017 Contracts, Prime Consulting, 2018
  • ACES and MACE local/regional FIDIC training event (FIDIC Contracts – Application in Projects), 2016
  • Construction Contract and Equipment Delivery in Domestic and International Practice, UPS, 2015
  • Workshop: Construction Claims (FIDIC and other contracts), Prime Consulting, 2014
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02/03/2022
CMS Bel­grade and CMS Podgor­ica sup­port Hys­tead Lim­ited in the sale of Delta...
Fol­low­ing the suc­cess­ful sale of Delta City shop­ping mall in Bel­grade Ser­bia, Hys­tead Lim­ited, a Lon­don-based com­pany and in­vestor in the West­ern Balkans, has signed an agree­ment to sell Delta City Mall in Podgor­ica, Montenegro to Is­raeli com­pany BIG Shop­ping Centres. Delta City Podgor­ica is the largest shop­ping mall in Podgor­ica and one of the most de­veloped com­mer­cial fa­cil­it­ies in Montenegro. The trans­ac­tion value is EUR 95 mil­lion. Hav­ing ad­vised Hys­tead Lim­ited in the sale of Delta City Bel­grade, CMS Bel­grade has been en­gaged again, to­geth­er with CMS Podgor­ica, to provide leg­al as­sist­ance in the di­vest­ment of Delta City Podgor­ica. Full leg­al sup­port in ne­go­ti­ations and struc­tur­ing of the trans­ac­tion and sign­ing of the sales agree­ment has been provided by the team of CMS ex­perts led by part­ners Maja Stepan­ović (Cor­por­ate/M&A) and Milica Pop­ović (Bank­ing & Fin­ance). Oth­er team mem­bers in­cluded part­ner Ivan Gazdić (Real Es­tate & Con­struc­tion) and at­tor­ney Tamara Samardžija (Cor­por­ate/M&A).
25/02/2022
CMS par­ti­cip­ates in the Balkan Green En­ergy News Con­fer­ence on the Chan­ging...
The con­fer­ence "Ser­bi­an Com­pan­ies on the Chan­ging Power Mar­ket" or­gan­ised by Balkan Green En­ergy News gathered to­geth­er nu­mer­ous play­ers in the re­new­able en­ergy mar­ket. An in­dustry meet­ing of re­gion­al im­port­ance On 22 Feb­ru­ary 2022, lead­ing elec­tri­city mar­ket ex­perts from Ser­bia and abroad met in Bel­grade to dis­cuss key is­sues in the Ser­bi­an en­ergy sec­tor. The top­ics were rel­ev­ant for the en­tire re­gion. The ex­perts provided in­sights in­to both the way the Ser­bi­an elec­tri­city mar­ket would likely de­vel­op in the com­ing years and the op­por­tun­it­ies avail­able to vari­ous mar­ket par­ti­cipants. The con­fer­ence offered an ana­lys­is of the most im­port­ant chal­lenges fa­cing com­pan­ies in the course of the en­ergy trans­ition.CMS also re­lies on in­nov­at­ive ad­vis­ory products to help its cli­ents be­ne­fit from the en­ergy trans­ition.The con­fer­ence was opened by Ser­bi­an Deputy Prime Min­is­ter Zor­ana Mi­hajlović and Dir­ect­or of the En­ergy Com­munity Sec­ret­ari­at Ar­tur Lorkowski. CMS was a spon­sor and par­ti­cipant of this cru­cial event for the en­ergy sec­tor and was de­lighted to be rep­res­en­ted onsite by its law­yers Ivan Gazdić, part­ner CMS Ser­bia, Georg Gut­fleisch, law­yer CMS Aus­tria, and Tamara Kosi, law­yer CMS Slov­e­nia, and Maja Živan­ović, Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment Coun­try Head, CMS Ser­bia, Montenegro and North Mace­do­nia.  One step ahead in the en­ergy crisis The 2021 en­ergy crisis has con­tin­ued in­to 2022 caus­ing un­pre­ced­en­ted in­creases in elec­tri­city prices across Europe. The Ser­bi­an gov­ern­ment has put up a res­cue para­chute for com­pan­ies and capped the elec­tri­city price at EUR 75 per MWh for the peri­od un­til June 2022. However, it re­mains to be seen how elec­tri­city prices will de­vel­op in the me­di­um and long term. In the com­ing years, the Ser­bi­an elec­tri­city mar­ket will – like the en­tire re­gion – be af­fected by oth­er im­port­ant changes too: de­car­bon­isa­tion and the need to align its busi­ness with the Green Agenda; the pro­jec­ted growth in sol­ar and wind ca­pa­city; the in­creas­ing at­tract­ive­ness of cus­tom­ers pro­du­cing their own en­ergy onsite; and the car­bon cap tax on ex­ports to the EU.The con­clu­sion was: “The event ‘Ser­bi­an Com­pan­ies on the Chan­ging Power Mar­ket’ provided an ex­cel­lent op­por­tun­ity for the ex­change of in­form­a­tion and ideas that are ur­gently needed to bet­ter un­der­stand trends in the power mar­ket and to re­main com­pet­it­ive".The CMS En­ergy and Cli­mate Change Sec­tor Group provides lead­ing ad­vice products on all as­pects of in­nov­at­ive en­ergy, cli­mate change and ESG.
24/02/2022
Pro­spects for in­stall­a­tion and util­iz­a­tion of rooftop sol­ar photo­vol­ta­ics...
CMS Guide
07/12/2021
CMS Bel­grade sup­ports Hys­tead Lim­ited in the di­vest­ment of Delta City Bel­grade
UK-based Hys­tead Lim­ited, ma­jor­ity-owned by South Afric­an Hyprop In­vest­ments, has suc­cess­fully closed the sale of Delta City shop­ping mall in Bel­grade, Ser­bia. Delta City Bel­grade, one of the most vis­ited shop­ping malls in Ser­bia, has been ac­quired by MPC Prop­er­ties, one of the lead­ers in con­struc­tion and real es­tate man­age­ment in the re­gion. CMS Bel­grade has been se­lec­ted to provide full leg­al sup­port to Hys­tead Lim­ited in this EUR 115 mil­lion trans­ac­tion. The team of CMS Bel­grade ex­perts headed by part­ners Maja Stepan­ović (Cor­por­ate/M&A) and Milica Pop­ović (Bank­ing & Fin­ance) as­sisted the cli­ent through­out the trans­ac­tion, provid­ing sup­port in ne­go­ti­ations, clos­ing activ­it­ies and tax struc­tur­ing. Oth­er team mem­bers whose en­gage­ment has been in­valu­able are Real Es­tate and Con­struc­tion co-heads Ivan Gazdić and Mar­ija Marošan.
25/11/2021
CMS Bel­grade provides full sup­port to Uni­Cred­it Bank Ser­bia in the re­fin­an­cing...
Uni­Cred­it Bank Ser­bia and Eli­cio Ali VE, a 100% sub­si­di­ary of Eli­cio NV, suc­cess­fully closed the re­fin­an­cing trans­ac­tion of the 42 MW Alibunar wind farm in Q3 2021. CMS Bel­grade has been se­lec­ted to pre­pare the full set of fin­ance doc­u­ments for Uni­Cred­it Bank Ser­bia as the sole lender in the EUR 53 mil­lion re­fin­an­cing.  Com­ment­ing on the trans­ac­tion, Nikola Vu­letić, Chair­man of the Man­age­ment Board of Uni­Cred­it Ser­bia, said: “We are proud that Eli­cio once again re­cog­nised our bank as a re­li­able part­ner for the first re­fin­an­cing of an op­er­a­tion­al wind farm con­duc­ted in Ser­bia. This is a clear ex­ample of how banks and the re­new­ables sec­tor can con­trib­ute to im­prov­ing over­all en­ergy se­cur­ity and con­sump­tion of re­new­able en­ergy in Ser­bia.”  Alain Jans­sens, CEO of Eli­cio, ad­ded: “This re­fin­an­cing rep­res­ents an im­port­ant mile­stone for the Ser­bi­an re­new­ables mar­ket as it af­firms the strong fun­da­ment­als of the pro­ject and the bank­able reg­u­lat­ory en­vir­on­ment for re­new­able en­ergy pro­duc­tion in Ser­bia. The trans­ac­tion also con­firms the fund­ing avail­able in the Ser­bi­an mar­ket to loc­ally fin­ance well-struc­tured pro­jects and to do so on longer ten­ors. These are cru­cial con­di­tions for real­iz­ing Ser­bia’s con­sid­er­able am­bi­tions in terms of an in­creased con­tri­bu­tion of wind en­ergy to the en­ergy mix, an area in which Eli­cio will con­tin­ue to act­ively par­ti­cip­ate.” The team of CMS Bel­grade ex­perts headed by part­ners Ivan Gazdić and Milica Pop­ović provided full leg­al sup­port in every phase of this land­mark re­fin­an­cing, from the leg­al due di­li­gence re­view to full-scope ad­vice on mul­tiple reg­u­lat­ory, real es­tate, cor­por­ate, pro­ject fin­ance and oth­er leg­al is­sues and draft­ing of the fin­ance doc­u­ments. Oth­er team mem­bers in­clude Ksen­ija Bor­eta, Mar­ija Marošan, Ig­or Đorđević, and Teodora Vu­jošević.
30/09/2021
Real es­tate mar­ket stable I Re­new­ables gain mo­mentum
Ivan Gazdić, Head of Real Es­tate, In­fra­struc­ture and Pro­jects at CMS Bel­grade, has giv­en an in­ter­view for the Guide to the For­eign In­vestors Coun­cil 2021/22 in his role as Pres­id­ent of the In­fra­struc­ture and Real Es­tate Com­mit­tee of FIC Ser­bia. He shares in­sight in­to the real es­tate mar­ket and pro­jects in Ser­bia and pre­dicts fu­ture de­vel­op­ments in the en­ergy sec­tor. 
23/09/2021
Ser­bia: The Belt and Road Ini­ti­at­ive
This art­icle was first pub­lished in CDR – Es­sen­tial In­tel­li­gence: The Belt and Road Ini­ti­at­iv­eThe One Belt, One Road Ini­ti­at­ive (the “BRI”) tends to de­vel­op polit­ic­al and eco­nom­ic co­oper­a­tion with European coun­tries, es­pe­cially those situ­ated in the Balkans, and Ser­bia is no ex­cep­tion. In fact, as its po­ten­tial has at­trac­ted many Chinese in­vestors, Ser­bia may be deemed as a lead­ing coun­try in terms of prom­in­ent BRI in­vest­ments that have oc­curred (and, con­sequently, one of China’s key part­ners), most of which are in the in­fra­struc­ture and en­ergy sec­tors.
15/04/2021
Law and reg­u­la­tion of con­sequen­tial dam­ages clauses in the en­ergy sec­tor...
1. Do the words “con­sequen­tial loss” have a giv­en mean­ing in law? No, Ser­bi­an law does not con­tain a leg­al defin­i­tion of con­sequen­tial loss. This term is also sel­dom, if ever, used in the ju­di­cial...
28/12/2020
CMS BEL­GRADE AD­VISES BANCA IN­TESA ON REAL ES­TATE PRO­JECT FIN­AN­CING FOR...
CMS Bel­grade has ad­vised Banca In­tesa Bel­grade, the largest bank in Ser­bia, on the real es­tate pro­ject fin­an­cing for the de­vel­op­ment of Delta Plan­et Niš shop­ping mall, which will be the largest shop­ping...
21/12/2020
CMS Ad­vises Po­s­eidon Group And Mit­iska Re­im On The Sale Of Their Ser­bi­an...
The CMS Ser­bi­an and Aus­tri­an team has ad­vised the sell-side, UK-based Po­s­eidon Group and Bel­gi­um’s Mit­iska RE­IM, on the di­vest­ment of their en­tire port­fo­lio of re­tail parks in Ser­bia to Aus­tria’s...
18/12/2020
Re­new­able en­ergy law and reg­u­la­tion in Ser­bia
1. Brief over­view of the re­new­ables sec­tor Ser­bia ad­op­ted its En­ergy Law in 2014, aim­ing to har­mon­ise Ser­bi­an en­ergy le­gis­la­tion with the EU’s Third En­ergy Pack­age. The Ser­bi­an mar­ket then faced a...
29/09/2020
Guide to For­eign In­vestors Coun­cil: Good Ex­per­i­ences With Shared Work
​Ivan Gazdic, Part­ner at CMS Ser­bia and Pres­id­ent of the FIC In­fra­struc­ture & Real Es­tate Com­mit­tee, com­ments on ​the cur­rent situ­ation in the fields of real state and in­fra­struc­ture de­vel­op­ment and...