Mr. Emre Ulcaylı is rendering legal consultancy services to both multinational and local clients with specific emphasis on corporate law, commercial law, direct foreign investments law, capital markets law, banking law, competition law, intellectual property law and media law. He has been involved in wide variety of complex cross-border M&A transactions, strategic partnerships, joint ventures, financing and restructuring projects and the establishment of new companies and businesses covering a broad spectrum of industries including FMCG, retail apparel, textiles, automotive, tourism, media, broadcasting and entertainment, publishing, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, health care, logistics, telecommunications and energy. As part of his M&A practice, he has leaded numerous data room preparations and conducted legal due diligence studies regarding corporate matters, material contracts, intellectual property, environmental and regulatory issues.
He has broad experience in drafting and negotiating letters of intent, share purchase and shareholders agreements, asset transfer agreements, joint venture agreements, escrow agreements, share pledge agreements and loan agreements as well as the closing formalities and realization of the transfer of the shares of the already existing Turkish entities. He has worked on restructuring of broadcasting companies as per the Radio and Television Supreme Council legislation and worked on broadcasting agreements. He is also a member of GSI Corporate Communication Board.
He has prepared guidelines for foreign investors investing into capital markets instruments in Turkey. He has also handled various notifications before the Turkish Competition Board. He has extensive experience in mandatory and voluntary tender offers for the public shares of the companies which are listed in the stock exchange. Prior to joining GSI, he has worked in a law firm with multinational clientele for nearly 10 years, where he mainly focused on corporate and commercial law, M&A projects, capital markets law and media law.