Elmina Chadio
Elmina Chadio is recommended for her work in Banking, Finance and Capital Markets and Commercial, Corporate and M&A.
Elmina Chadio is recommended for her work in Banking, Finance and Capital Markets.

Elmina specializes in the fields of banking, corporate and finance law. She represents clients in a wide range of corporate finance transactions, including public offerings and private placements and has been actively involved in number of M&As, corporate restructurings and other corporate transactions.

Elmina has extensive experience in advising on company establishment, ongoing corporate governance, participating in due diligence reviews and drafting and negotiating commercial contracts across a variety of industry sectors


2015 Associate, Papapolitis & Papapolitis

2010 Associate, Kyriakides Georgopoulos Law Firm (KG Law Firm)

Professional Admissions / Qualifications

Athens Bar

Legal Education

LLM in Commercial Law, University College London (UCL)

LLM in Civil Law, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

LLB, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Tax and Accounting Program – Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Greece (SOEL)

  • October 2019
    BrookLane Capital Investment in Logistics Center
  • August 2019
    CP Holdings acquisition of Eltrak Group
  • July 2019
    Acquisition of Titania Hotel
  • June 2019
    Invel acquisition of NBG Pangaea REIC
  • May 2019
    Acquisition of Scorpios Beach Club and San Giorgio Hotel
  • March 2019
    Piraeus Bank Sale of NPL Portfolio
  • February 2019
    Acquisition of Hilton Athens Hotel
  • January 2019
    Investment in Leading Hospitality Company
  • September 2018
    Acquisition of 200MW Wind Park Portfolio
  • August 2018
    Sale of Leading Healthcare Center
  • May 2018
    Acquisition of Ideal Standard S.A.
  • December 2015
    Invel Real Estate Partners LP in the €1Billion Reverse Merger and Listing on the Athens Stock Exchange of NBG Pangaea REIC
  • December 2015
    National Bank of Greece €1.16 Billion Liability Management Exercise and Equity Offering