Once again, we have the pleasure of presenting to you the GESSEL’s transaction yearbook summarising the projects carried out as part of our M&A practice in 2021.
Originally, the yearbook was intended to begin: ‘Ever since 2020, the whole world has been facing the coronavirus pandemic. Although COVID-19 continues to negatively affect many industries, the experience of 2021 has shown that the market is adapting to the unfavourable environment and we can be tempted to say that despite many headwinds business is returning to normality. The fact that the situation has improved despite the COVID-19 pandemic is evidenced by numerous transactions in which we have had the pleasure to act as advisors. In 2021, we supported our Clients with 31 completed deals. In the light of other projects, we can safely say that the past year was as intensive for our M&A practice as the record-breaking year of 2020.’
However, while we were engaged in the final preparation of this publication (end of February 2022), the world changed. Putin’s Russia invaded Ukraine and started a war not faced by Europe for over 70 years. United in solidarity with Ukraine and its Nation, we hope to return as soon as possible to the world we know, which we wish for you and us all.
We would also like to thank our Clients for the trust they have placed in us and ensure them that enriched with new experiences, we invariably remain at your disposal in all matters requiring legal assistance or transactional support.
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