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Kamila Daňková is an associate of the Prague office of White & Case and a member of the EMEA M&A/Corporate practice group. Kamila advises clients in connection with day-to-day commercial, corporate and labor law matters, with mergers and acquisitions, and with legal due diligence of target companies.
During her studies at Charles University and her half-year stay at a university in the Netherlands, Kamila focused on commercial law, company law and private international law. Prior to joining White & Case, Kamila worked in a Prague law firm focusing on telecommunications, media and IT.
Kamila also provides complex corporate and labor law advice to numerous leading local, regional and international corporations, including Toyota Material Handling, Mary Kay, Zentiva (Sanofi Group), Johnson Controls, WSB Neue Energien, Avast and EBSCO Information Services.
Kamila also provides legal advice to some of the pro bono clients of White & Case.
TPG Capital and Ivanhoe Cambridge portfolio company PointPark Properties (P3), owner, developer and manager of European logistics properties, in the EUR 523 million purchase of a Czech logistics portfolio from two funds advised by Tristan Capital Partners and VGP. By value, the acquisition is one of the largest single logistics transactions in Europe in the past ten years, and the largest ever in the Czech Republic.
Prologis, the leading global owner, operator and developer of industrial real estate, in the acquisition of an industrial/warehouse portfolio in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland from funds managed by a global real estate investment management firm.
Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank in a complex portfolio debt restructuring of three investment assets of Orco Property Group located in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Arx Equity Partners and Capital Dynamics in the acquisition of the majority share in Fincentrum a.s., one of the largest financial advisory service providers in the Czech Republic.
BPD Partners, a Czech private equity investor, in the acquisition of a minority stake in Lucebni zavody Draslovka a.s. Kolin, a major Czech producer of chemical compounds.