Law Office Spridzans has become the legal partner of P2P conference (7-8 June, 2019). The conference was organized the first time as a perfect gathering of fintech companies and investors with a focus on P2P lending, investing and finance overall. We believe that becoming a legal partner of the conference was perfect fit for our law firm as it well reflected our specialization in modern finance and fintech. See the link here: P2P conference
Law Office Spridzans has assisted angel investor in acquiring substantial share in technology start-up Vivid Tech. The company has developed and started production of innovative displays for in-store marketing, data collection and sales performance analysis.
Law Office Spridzans has joined worldwide network of law firms - Ally Law. Ally Law’s 60+ independent law firms and 2,300+ professionals provide comprehensive legal services to major corporations worldwide. As an organization of mid-size, local law firms, Ally Law eliminates the expensive overhead found in the largest law firms, focusing their attention and resources where it counts—providing the best legal advice possible. Ally Law
Law Office Spridzāns has assisted Latvian Baltic Energy Efficiency Facility (LABEEF) and developed EPFI, a derivative financial instrument for funding any long-term performance-guaranteed projects. The facility was set up by a group of private investors and co-financed by EBRD. The transaction totaled 800 thousand EUR and financed 6 residential housing projects developed by Invesco, a subsidiary of renovation, operation and maintenance specialist company Renesco. Related links: LABEEF EBRD RENESCO
Law Office Spridzāns provided legal assistance to the owner of construction equipment lease platform Bulldozers.lv to secure and structure investment financing. The work involved negotiating and drafting of the investment agreement.