RTPR Counsel Roxana Ionescu, winner for Romania at Rising Star Awards EMEA 2021

Roxana Ionescu, Counsel at RTPR, wins the Rising Star distinction for Romania at the 2021 Rising Star Awards, granted by Euromoney Legal Media Group, a legal editorial trust from the same group as the prestigious IFLR1000 guide.

The awards recognise the outstanding work done by the next generation of leaders in the EMEA region, following a rigorous selection process only 2 lawyers from each researched jurisdiction are nominated. This new accomplishment celebrates and highlights Roxana’s efforts and contribution to complex projects in the last year and tops the firm’s recent success in the IFLR1000 rankings, where RTPR has among the most specialists recommended for Romania, 14 of its lawyers being recognised as Leading Lawyers.

“It is a great honour to find myself among the winners of the 2021 EMEA Rising Star Awards and I am grateful to be part of such an important competition. This award represents a recognition of my work and the trust of our clients, but also an invitation to continue to perform together with the RTPR team of professionals.” – Roxana Ionescu, Counsel RTPR.

Roxana joined RTPR in 2007. She is one of the most experienced competition lawyers in Romania, advising local and international companies on antitrust investigations, merger proceedings and compliance matters, as well as on mergers and acquisitions. The most reputed international legal directories, Chambers Europe, Legal 500 and IFLR1000 recommend Roxana as a Leading Lawyer for her expert areas, while clients describe her as “fully dedicated, innovative and with very good communication skills,” and appreciates that she is “always trying to find the best solutions”.

RTPR is one of the most experienced and appreciated law firms in Romania, recognised as such by the Legal 500, Chambers and IFLR 1000, which constantly include RTPR on top tiers in their rankings for various practice areas, such as Banking and Finance, Corporate/M&A, Capital Markets, Dispute Resolution, Competition, Energy and natural resources, Real Estate and Construction, Employment and Intellectual Property.