Ákos Mester has been in private practice for two decades and focuses on transactional matters including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, project finance and capital market deals. In the commercial law area he works on complex contractual arrangements. He frequently counsels on various investments, real estate and private equity matters. He also drafts and negotiates real estate purchase and lease agreements, as well as technology transfer agreements. Ákos’ regulatory experience centers on banking and capital markets.
Ákos’ recent transactions include several high-scale acquisitions, venture capital and strategic investments and project financings, as well as greenfield projects and tax-driven legal entity restructurings. As the lead lawyer of a team of lawyers in multiple offices, Akos advised GE Capital on sophisticated banking regulatory and corporate law on a number of intricate share transfers completed in a successful public purchase offer and a squeeze-out process, which extended control over Budapest Bank and resulted in the new deed and new share scheme of the bank being registered in the commercial registry.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ákos Mester