Ana Čalić-Turudija

Position:  Partner

 

 

 

Ana Čalić-Turudija is ‘very clear and precise'. (Legal 500) 

Practice areas:  Telecommunications, Arbitration and Litigation, Energy law

Career:  Ana commenced her professional career in 2001. She joined Prica & Partners in 2003 and became a partner in 2006.

Experience:

  • M-Tel Holdings, a consortium of Austrian private investors, in (1) € 1,6 billion acquisition of a privately owned stake in capital of the largest mobile telecommunications company in Serbia (Mobtel), (2) incorporation of a new entity Mobi 63, and (3) organizing an auction sale of Mobi 63 and its sale to Telenor;
  • OTE, Greece in a potential acquisition of shares in the largest private telecommunications company in Montenegro, including legal due diligence report on the target company;
  • Sigma TV,the leading television station in Cyprus,in a public tender for national TV and radio broadcasting license in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia and general corporate law advice including media, copyright and other issues;
  • European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) in obtaining energy license for trading of electrical power in Serbia;
  • Gazprom Neft, Russia - member of the team in charge for due diligence process in € 400 mn acquisition of NIS - Petroleum Industry of Serbia;
  • Inter Rao, Russia (in conjunction with JP Morgan) on potential acquisition of share in the EPCG (Electric Power Industry of Montenego);
  • Enel Trade in setting up operations in Serbia and obtaining energy trading license.

Representing the following clients before the domestic and international commercial arbitration institutions and ad hoc arbitrations:

  • Shell Belgrade, a member of the Shell Group, before the Permanent Arbitration Court of Serbian Chamber of Commerce for alleged violation of a Distribution Agreement;
  • Uniworld Holdings in an ICC arbitration against the Privatization Agency of the Republic of Serbia;
  • Mytilineos, Greece before UNCITRAL arbitration in Zurich against the Government of Serbia in the dispute arising out of a bilateral investment treaty.

Ana has been elected as Arbitrator of the Permanent Arbitration Court of Serbian Chamber of Commerce.

Admissions:  Belgrade Bar Association

Memberships:  International Bar Association (IBA); International League of Competition Law (LIDC)

Languages:  Serbian, English, French

Contact:  acalic@pricapartners.com