Roman Pecenka has been selected to join the Country Selection Committee for the 2022 CEE Deals of the Year Awards
14 March 2023
PRK Partners Partner Roman Pecenka has been selected to join the Country Selection Committee for the 2022 CEE Deals of the Year Awards — the most prestigious peer-selected awards for the legal industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
The CEE Deal of the Year Awards have been granted since 2017 by CEE Legal Matters — the leading source of news and information about the lawyers and legal industry in Central and Eastern Europe — to celebrate the transactions, financings, IPOs, and other deals that underpin growth throughout the region, as well as the lawyers and law firms who make them happen. Members of the Final Selection Committee are tasked with reviewing the shortlisted submissions in each CEE jurisdiction and casting votes to select the ultimate winners – including the final CEE Deal of the Year. Accordingly, Roman Pecenka was invited by CEE Legal Matters to join the Country Selection Committee for Czech Republic based on his reputation, expertise, and knowledge, as well as his well-established commitment to the development of the region’s legal and commercial markets.
“The high regard with which the members of the Selection Committee are held, the respect they receive from their peers, and their reputations are critical to the value of these awards,” commented CEE Legal Matters Managing Editor Radu Cotarcea. “From the very inception of these recognitions, we were keen to develop something untainted by perceived commercial biases and our ability to entrust the decision on the winners to our committees goes a long way in establishing the DOTYs as such. We are extremely fortunate to have Roman Pecenka agree to join the panel.”
The finalists for the CEE Deal of the Year will be identified in the March 2022 issue of the CEE Legal Matters magazine, with winners selected by a Final Selection Committee announced at the annual CEE Deal of the Year Banquet scheduled for April 25, 2023 in Istanbul.
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