This group impresses with its entirely client-and-business-oriented approach, dedication and deep knowledge
Strongly rooted in Bulgaria with nine offices throughout the country, this is the only truly nationwide practice (…), yet it is cited by clients as “more Western than others".
They are the best when it comes to advising investors, they know how the law works, where the pitfalls are, they always call back or respond the same day if you miss them, you can really rely on them and they don't just tell you the law, they understand what it means and tell you.
Penkov, Markov & Partners is one of the largest firms in Bulgaria, with sufficient resources to cover the commercial legal needs of most clients.
Penkov, Markov & Partners has the firepower and “impressive strength in depth” to handle some of the most significant competition matters in the market
Having carefully read and well considered your brilliant assessment as well as your proposals on how to proceed…
The firm has advised on numerous privatisations in the fields of banking, brewing, glass, food, ceramics and plastics and construction industries, among others, thus being involved in a major part of the entire privatization process in Bulgaria both on the part of the Government and of the Investors.
Sources say: “We have been very satisfied with our co-operation with Penkov Markov. We value its timely response and its knowledge of the Bulgarian court system.”
Many thanks for your very clear and concise assessment … an excellent work of yours and your team!
We are using the services of Penkov, Markov & Partners, who have vast experience in any type of financing and refinancing deals, including in the establishment, perfection and maintenance of collaterals of various types. The team is recognizable and well respected on the market, which also eases the negotiations with the potential lenders, who have often worked with Penkov, Markov & Partners on previous deals and consider them trustworthy and professional lawyers who know what they are doing and do not make unreasonable or obstructive demands during the negotiation process