Christina Kalogeropoulou is an associate of the firm. She graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Athens in 2012. She holds a postgraduate diploma in Greek tax law from the Research Centre of the Athens University of Economics and Business (PG Diploma, 2014). She received her master’s degree in corporate, M&A, capital markets and tax law from the University of Pennsylvania Law School (LLM, 2015) and she also holds a business and law certificate from the Wharton Business School (WBLC, 2015).

Her practice focuses on the areas of corporate and commercial law; mergers and acquisitions; corporate governance; company establishment and regulatory issues; international taxation and customs; banking and finance; contracts and commercial agreements; and real estate.

During her practice, she assisted in the recapitalisation of Alpha Bank and Piraeus Bank and she also participated in the liquidation process of the Agricultural Bank of Greece and TT Hellenic Postbank. She was routinely involved in major transactions of the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund, including the privatisation of a public utility and the representation of a preferred bidder in a lease-back transaction of state-owned properties. She was also involved in the representation of AstraZeneca, American Express and Interamerican before the administrative courts of Athens on tax issues involving disputes on clawbacks, VAT, income and real estate taxation.

She is a member of the Athens Bar Association and a member of the American Bar Association since 2014. She speaks English and French proficiently and is a beginner in Spanish.