Senior Associate Pavlos Mundis is a member of the firm’s litigation department and has considerable experience in banking and financing law, in addition to company and banking litigation.
Pavlos advises on a range of issues including corporate capacity, authority and proper execution, the perfection and enforcement of securities and regulatory compliance. He has been heavily involved in the areas of international business, compliance, project finance, syndicated lending and property law. He deals with drafting and updating standard or tailored made legal documents, such as credit facility agreements, security agreements (i.e., pledge, lien and assignment agreements), escrow agreements, syndicated loan agreements and terms and conditions of the use of debit and credit cards.
Prior to joining the firm, he worked for seven years in the Legal Department of the largest bank in Cyprus.
Pavlos represents clients in multi-jurisdictional cases which require the issuance of interim freezing and disclosure injunctions in management and corporate control disputes, derivative shareholders’ claims, breach of fiduciary duties claims debt recovery and complex banking litigation cases, involving legal entities under liquidation or administration. He also performs negotiations of contracts and agreements for out of court settlement.
Pavlos is involved in drafting and reviewing various types of legal documents, as well as the provision of legal opinions on various aspects of corporate law, including but not limited to liquidation.