Martin Krejčí partner, shareholder (s.r.o.)
Martin Krejčí is a partner of KŠB. In his practice, Martin focuses mainly on banking and financial law and project financing (including PPP), real estate law, company law (including group law), mergers and acquisitions.
Martin Krejci frequently assists with the negotiation of facility agreements, financing deals and restructurings, acting for an impressive portfolio of clients ranging from financial institutions to telecoms providers and real estate investors. He draws praise for his commitment and client orientation.
CHAMBERS GLOBAL 2022
‘We would like to highlight Martin Krejčí. He is an exceptional lawyer, very pragmatic and focused. Not only does he have great legal knowledge, but he also understands how business works. We cooperate with Martin for many years and he has already successfully guided us in various transactions including financing as well as through setting up a corporate structure and implementing processes.’
LEGAL 500 2022
Advising Mattoni 1873 on the acquisition of Serbia’s largest mineral water producer – Knjaz Milos – and on the financing of the acquisition of PepsiCo’s operations on the Czech, Slovak and Hungarian markets.
Long-term advice to J&T Banka on many cross-border and national transactions.
Advising O2 Czech Republic on a loan granted by a syndicate of Czech banks and a Schuldschein loan.
Advising the investment and real estate group ARETE on the refinancing of 11 real estate companies in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Advising J&T Banka and J&T Finance Group on the issuance of perpetual bonds and ENERGO-PRO on the issuance of Eurobonds.
Advising many financial institutions, such as the Czech National Bank, Česká spořitelna, Gorenskaja Banka, Bank of Ireland, Banka Creditas, Barclays Bank, Citibank, Raiffeisen Bank, and Wüstenrot.
Advocate since 2001.
- International rating agencies (Legal 500, Chambers Europe, IFLR1000) recommend Martin Krejčí as a recognized expert in the field of banking and financial services.
- Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague (Mgr. - 1998)
- University of Economics in Prague (Ing. - 1999)
- Czech Bar Association