Specialist in Business & Corporate Commercial Contracts and Intellectual Property
Anca is a corporate and commercial solicitor, formerly of Norton Rose and Davies Lavery. Earlier in her career, Anca worked extensively on privatisation projects and acquisitions by well-known FTSE 100 companies in the Emerging Markets of Eastern Europe where she gained ample experience of cross border transactions, international joint ventures and generally dealing with unpredictable market conditions.
Later, Anca concentrated on UK corporate based transactions especially in the South East of England where for a short while she ran her own practice. Her experience includes share and business acquisitions, MBOs, private equity investment and joint ventures.
Anca speaks fluent French, Romanian and decent Italian and spends part of her time in France visiting French companies either doing business or interested in setting up in the UK. Anca specialises in corporate and company commercial law, including commercial contracts.
Anca is married with a young son and divides her time between England and France. Away from work, when she is not covered in mud on her small farm or dust from the building work on her never-ending renovation project, she is passionate about riding her horses, occasionally participating in show jumping and one-day eventing.
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According to the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), companies could avert another Carillion-style disaster by providing internal auditors with “unrestricted access” to the workings of their businesses. Auditors should also be allowed to attend all executive committee meetings, a new draft code from the IIA proposes. The draft code has been published as part […]Read More
Carillion’s 2016 annual accounts carried the now-ironic tagline: “Making tomorrow a better place”. By mid-2017, the company was issuing profit warnings. By January 2018 it collapsed completely, leaving debts of £7 billion in its wake. MPs squarely blamed the “recklessness, hubris and greed” of Carillion’s directors for the debacle. Carillion’s collapse wreaked financial havoc on […]Read More
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