Kamila Daňková is an associate of the Prague office of White & Case and a member of the EMEA M&A/Corporate practice group. Kamila provides advice to clients in connection with corporate transformations, acquisitions, shareholder squeeze-outs, intragroup rationalization and corporate governance. She further provides advice on other corporate, business and labor law issues.
Kamila also provides comprehensive corporate and labor law advice to numerous leading local, regional and international corporations, including Toyota Material Handling, Mary Kay, Zentiva, Deutsche Telekom, Johnson Controls, Red Group, WSB Neue Energien, Avast and EBSCO Information Services.
EUR 1.9 billion financing of the CTP Group - the largest real estate financing in the CEE region
Kamila represented Erste Group Bank AG, Česká spořitelna, a.s., UniCredit S.p.A., UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s., Société Générale S.A. and Komerční banka, a.s., as mandated lead arrangers, in connection with legal due diligence carried out for the purposes of refinancing the existing financial indebtedness of property companies within CTP Group, one of the largest industrial developers in the CEE region. At the amount of EUR 1.9 billion, this is one of the largest real estate financings in the CEE region.
The Carlyle Group – acquisition of a majority stake in Memsource
Kamila advised The Carlyle Group on its acquisition of a majority stake in Memsource a.s., a leading translation technology provider that assists global corporations and the language services industry to automate the localisation of large volumes of multilingual content.
Generali Group - internal corporate restructuring
Kamila advised Generali Group, a leading global insurance provider, in relation to its internal corporate restructuring effected to merge the activities of Generali and Česká pojišťovna, and to create the largest insurance company on the Czech market, Generali Česká pojišťovna.
PPF – USD 2.1 billion acquisition of CME
Kamila represented PPF Group in the $2.1 billion acquisition of CME, which operates television stations in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including the approval of the CME shareholders, the European Commission, and national regulators in certain countries where CME is active.
€523 million purchase of a Czech logistics portfolio
Kamila represented TPG Capital and Ivanhoe Cambridge portfolio company PointPark Properties (P3), owner, developer and manager of European logistics properties, in the €523 million purchase of a Czech logistics portfolio from two funds advised by Tristan Capital Partners and VGP. The acquisition is one of the largest single logistics transactions by value in Europe of the past ten years and the largest ever in the Czech Republic.