Our privatisation practice has a very strong track record advising on a number of the most innovative and landmark projects on behalf of the Greek government and state-agencies, as well as for sponsors and lenders.

Highlight projects include: the privatisation of the 14 regional airports; the Alimos Marina concession; the sale of the government’s 30 percent stake in Athens International Airport; and the privatisation of four ports.

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YLP in the legal team advising Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund in the privatisation of four ports

Following a tender process, Your Legal Partners has been appointed – together with Alexiou & Kosmopoulos Law Firm and DVLaw – as legal advisers to the government’s Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) in relation to the privatisation of four Greek regional ports: Alexandroupolis, Igoumenitsa, Heraklion and Volos.

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YLP advises Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund in the sale of a 30 percent stake in Athens International Airport

Your Legal Partners has been appointed as counsel to the Greek state privatisation fund Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) to provide advice on the sale of its 30 percent stake in Athens International Airport.

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YLP appointed as Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund’s adviser on the concession for the Alimos Marina

Your Legal Partners is representing the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) in relation to the Alimos Marina concession.

“Your Legal Partners has a ‘superb’ privatization practice comprising of ‘tough negotiators’ who are praised for their ability to ‘pre-empt problems before they occur’ ” .

Legal 500 2018

“Excellent work in small teams. Each team member has solid knowledge in his field of expertise. Head of team is the point of reference for the client with very good knowledge of the overall project. Very flexible, always available. Able to deliver within very short deadlines. Very good value for money.”

Legal 500 2020

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