Specialised Legal Know-How for Italian Business
Italy is one of the most important trade partners of Serbia. Prica & Partners has recognised the growing number of Italian investors in Serbia, and responded with specialised services for Italian companies doing business in Serbia.
The Prica & Partners Italian Desk represents the leading Italian companies operating in our market. We offer a wide range of legal advisory and solutions customised to the specific needs of Italian businesses in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, investments, corporate and commercial law matters, business restructuring, litigation and employment law.
Italian companies, both big and small, rely on our expertise when establishing and conducting business in Serbia. Our dedicated team of experts provide bilingual support to Italian speaking clients.
Over the years we have represented a number of Italian corporate entities in Serbia and have built and maintained long-standing relationships with Enel, Banca Intesa, Duferco, to name a few. Other representative clients we have worked with include Fiat, Italcementi, Oviesse, Gucci, Ferrero, Fratelli Mazzocchia, Assicurazioni Generali. Clients value our know-how, experience and quality services.
Prica & Partners is a member of Camera Di Commercio Italo-Serba, which gives our team the opportunity to actively lobby for the development of favourable legislative framework for Italian corporates doing business in Serbia. Our law office is also a member of Confindustria Serbia, a representative office of the Confederation of Italian industry in Serbia.
- Advising Gucci, a member of Kering Group, on the acquisition of a leather factory in Serbia;
- Advising Oviesse (OVS) on the implementation of internal corporate reorganisation through which certain business units were carved-out from a legal entity and dropped-down into a self-standing company;
- Advising Banca Intesa on the implementation of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) rules;
- Representing Ferrero in several competition clearance issues.