Vinh Ngo The
Vinh Ngo The is an associate of the Prague office and a member of the Banking and Finance practice group. Vinh joined the Prague office of White & Case during his studies in November 2020 as a legal intern.
Vinh graduated from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in June 2021, and in February 2022 completed his studies at Prague University of Economics and Business, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, where he focused on Finance and Business Valuation/Taxation in Business.
During his studies, Vinh undertook a one-year study program in English law organized by the British Law Centre in Prague. Vinh also spent one semester of his studies at University College Dublin, Sutherland School of Law.
Prior to joining White & Case, Vinh gained his professional experience at the law firm of DLA Piper, where he worked as a legal intern.
During his time with White & Case thus far, Vinh has provided advisory services under the leadership of his senior colleagues to financial institutions, and has been involved in providing legal advice throughout the entire transaction process.
Vinh has advised, among others, the following clients:
UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, a.s., in relation to refinancing and consolidating of the group's indebtedness provided by syndicate of banks to Dr. Max group owned by Penta. Dr. Max financing is the largest financing arranged and underwritten in the Czech market. The refinancing of existing bank debt comprised also of raising additional funds for the further strategic growth and the financing is amounting up to EUR 940 million.
J&T banka and PPF banka in providing loan to be used as a part of the purchase price for the shares of Fiocchi Munizioni, one of Italy's largest and oldest manufacturers of ammunition by the CSG Group.
Carlyle on the financing of acquisition of Tescan Orsay Holding, the leading global developer of scientific instruments (including scanning electron microscopes, focused ion beam scanning electron microscopes and micro-CT solutions) based in the Czech Republic and France, with a presence in the U.S. and other jurisdictions.
Československá obchodní banka, a. s., VÚB Banka and Raiffeisenbank a.s. in connection with CZK 7 billion financing provided to Letiště Praha, a.s. The objective of the financing was to strengthen the company’s financial stability in light of the major adverse impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the company’s operations and to finance its planned sustainable development.
Raiffeisenbank a.s. in connection with the financing of the acquisition of Rubín, Corso and Zirkon, office centres located in Prague, Czech Republic.