Anca Grigorescu is a founding partner of the firm and heads the firm’s Employment & Benefits and Tax practice groups.
Her practice includes advising companies operating in sectors such as energy, real estate and construction, financial services, ICT, medical and pharmacy, retail and automotive and manufacturing.
Anca has been involved in complex transactions requiring a multidisciplinary approach and she advised extensively on tax, employment, corporate and finance restructuring of cross-border transactions. Her practice also covers the development and implementation of corporate reorganisation schemes including outsourcing transactions and transfers of undertakings.
Anca regularly advises companies on all ongoing aspects of individual and collective labour law. She frequently supports clients with respect to senior executive contracts, non-executive arrangements, related corporate governance issues and contractual documentation, cross-border secondments, dual contracts, protecting confidential information, whistleblowing policies, discrimination issues, dismissal procedures, senior management restructurings, collective redundancies, setting up of employee representative bodies, collective consultation, trade union relations, union recognition/de-recognition matters. Anca also advises companies on stock option plans, incentive arrangements, employee share plans, remuneration issues and a wide range of senior management and employee tax issues.
Anca’s in-depth knowledge of taxation issues and over 15 years of experience are added values, as she provides comprehensive tax structuring advice whenever required by the specifics of the transactions. Anca also supports clients regarding transactional tax aspects, tax structuring for future investments, and presale tax restructuring and optimisation. In addition, her advice is particularly required for internal planning such as international cash management, thin capitalisation and transfer pricing.
Another particular focus of Anca’s practice lies on asset and corporate financing with a special emphasis on energy and real estate projects.
Anca’s professional activity includes participation in various legislative committees for tax and employment law amendments. Anca has been at the forefront of the efforts of the Romanian business community to improve the Labour Code and the related regulations. As a leading member of Amcham’s Labour Committee she has chaired many consultation meetings with ministries, authorities and business community leaders. She is currently vice-president of Amcham’s Labour Committee and is leading the organisations’ initiatives on labour regulations.
Anca is a frequent speaker at conferences and various industry meetings and regularly contributes to international and local tax, legal and business journals on Employment, Taxation, Investment Structuring and Financing issues.
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law, Bachelor’s Degree
University of Bremen, Germany, Master’s Degree in European Law (LL.M.Eur)
Bucharest Bar Association
International Bar Association
Romanian, English, German
“The thin line between independent and dependent activities”, Capital, 8 -14 June 2015, coauthor with Cristina Randjak;
“Review of 2014 and expectations in 2015 for the pharmaceutical industry”, Pharma Business, 3 February 2015, coauthor with Cristina Randjak;
“Online advertising for pharmaceutical products”, Pharma Business, 7 April 2014, coauthor with Cristina Randjak;
“Which are the photo-video-audio proofs admitted by the new Fiscal Procedure Code”, Ziarul Financiar, 10 March 2014, coauthor with Adina Tataru;
“Trends in redefining the concept of Permanent Establishment”, European Legal Business Magazine, February 2014;