Ionescu si Sava – “Competition Law Firm of the Year”, according to Acquisition International

Law firm Ionescu si Sava has won the 2013 award Competition Law – Firm of the Year – Romania”, offered by the prestigious British magazine Acquisition International.

The only such title awarded by Acquisition International to a Romanian law firm was attributed to Ionescu si Sava in recognition of its achievements in the field of competition law during 2012 and 2013. 

The number of votes received from clients recommending Ionescu si Sava for the award was the most important factor in determining the winner, along with the substantial in-house research conducted by Acquisition International’s team.

The most important projects recently undertaken by Ionescu si Sava in the field of competition law include offering legal assistance to an automotive manufacturer on aspects related to the acquisition of a subsidiary in Romania, assisting several pharmaceuticals companies during the pharmaceuticals market investigation initiated by the Competition Council this year, assisting a Chinese investment fund during the acquisition of several entities in the field of household appliances and electronic commerce or the training courses on competition applicable regulations offered to the clients.

This year’s Acquisition International awards acknowledged over 1000 winners across more than 130 regions of the world.

We believe that the award comes as an appraisal of our achievements in the past year in the field of competition law – particularly in the pharmaceuticals and automotive sectors.

We have seen an increase in demand for our services from international clients originating from important capital source countries with business interests in Romania – such as China, Russia or India”, says Radu Ionescu, Managing Partner of Ionescu si Sava.

Acquisition International is a monthly magazine published by the British publishing house AI Global Media Ltd, providing complete international coverage of M&A transactions, combined with industry expertise and sector analysis.