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Consumer goods and services
Oil and gas

Gabriela Cacerea has over 17 years of activity representing clients in structuring, negotiating and achieving the successful completion of their projects in Romania, such as domestic and cross-border M&A, corporate reorganisation, corporate fraud, private equity transactions, joint ventures and minority investments, capital markets or strategic investors transactions, IPOs and SPOs, other corporate and commercial matters.

Co-head of NNDKP’s Corporate/M&A and the Energy and Natural Resources practices.

Gabriela is recognized for her strong expertise in highly regulated sectors, including energy, insurance or financial sector, pharma, having led our teams advising market participants on either transactional or non-transactional work.

  • Advised an Israeli multinational pharmaceutical company in the process of restructuring its business in Romania through a business transfer agreement.
  • Advised an international property development and investment platform in the sale of its local SPV in Romania.
  • Advised an Italian multinational energy company in the assessment of the secondary legislation issued by the Romanian regulatory authority in energy from the perspective of compliance with national and EU regulatory principles and contestation relevant regulations before the regulatory authority.


  • Investment funds
  • M&A
  • Private equity
  • Private equity funds
  • Project development

  • Energy
  • Insurance
  • Natural resources
  • Pharma and life sciences
  • Tech and telecoms

  • Bucharest Bar
  • SEE Legal
  • The Energy Law Group
  • Lex Mundi energy practice group
  • Lex Mundi cross-border transactions
  • Lex Mundi insurance practice group
  • World Services Group corporate, business and antitrust group

  • University of Bucharest Law School, Law Degree (2002); Negotiation program – Negotiating Across Borders and Cultures, American Institute for Legal Education, University of Michigan (2006); ERA – Academy of European Law Training Courses on European Law