“Miroslav Trencan has worked on domestic and international M&A transactions and is commended for his keen business sense. “I can rely on him not only for legal advice but also with respect to any commercial issues,” said a client.”

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Selected Work Highlights

  • Insurance company operating across the European Economic Area (EEA) against multiple national regulators, the European regulator, the European Commission and led a team of local and international counsels across 8 jurisdictions in long-term regulatory defence proceedings. These proceedings involved a wide array of pending litigations at all levels of national commercial, administrative, and constitutional courts, as well as the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and Board of Appeals

  • Private clients in setting up their family office structures across multiple jurisdictions in Central and Western Europe, involving traditional trust structures and alternative structures addressing limitations of local home jurisdictions

  • Emerging companies, venture capital funds and private equity houses on downstream investments, advising on venture capital and private equity backed M&A deals and leveraged buy-outs in pharmaceutical, telecom, food, construction, gaming and infrastructure sectors

  • Structuring, leading, managing and supervising significant large-scale transactions across the region in Austria, Liechtenstein, Germany, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine

  • Transpetrol on key projects involving its business operations, including crisis response situations such as alternative international oil supply routes, untested reverse oil flow propositions, international sanctions’ business interruptions, unexpected cross-border infrastructure project terminations and drafting new (EU approved) legislation enhancing the business environment in the sector

  • Large Slovak corporation on complex re-designing of its tier 1 and tier 2 management and employment structure and multiple venture capital backed emerging companies in designing and implementing ESOP-like structures

  • Slovenské elektrárne on the completion of the Mochovce nuclear power plant, including numerous regulatory matters and construction and interface related contractual disputes

  • Slovenské elektrárne in connection with arrangements on annual delivery of approx. 6 TWh of electricity to a Slovak state-owned company

  • Large European energy group on the EUR 1.3 bil. sale of 49% stake in a Slovak energy company

  • Emergency Oil Stocks Agency on establishment of a new emergency oil stocks system in Slovakia, and on EUR 520 mil. related syndicated bridge to bond financing

Professional Experience



Chambers Europe 2024
Miroslav Trenčan