Raimonds Slaidiņš is co-founder and senior partner at Ellex in Latvia where he leads the firm’s mergers & acquisitions practice and is part of the Ellex leadership team’s Coordinating Committee.
Raimonds specializes in the acquisition and sale of companies and business divisions, joint ventures, majority and minority investments and corporate work in general. He has advised a broad range of foreign investor and institutional clients and has participated in complex, strategic mergers and acquisition projects in Latvia. He is ranked as a leading Latvian M&A lawyer in Legal 500, IFLR 1000, Chambers & Partners and Who’s Who Legal.
Raimonds is a former president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Latvia and a regular lecturer at the Riga Graduate School of Law.
The team’s key strength is how quickly they propose solutions
Aktiva Finance Group acquires Intrum’s Baltic businesses
GoCardless to acquire open banking platform Nordigen
Telia Company completes the sale of Telia Latvia to Tet
Tet acquires telecommunications company Telia Latvija
Initial public offering of Enefit Green shares
Graanul Invest to be acquired by Apollo Funds
Enefit Green acquires Nelja Energia
Santa Clara University in California, USA
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Latvian Bar Association
International Bar Association (IBA)
Trademark Matters in the Republic of Latvia
IBA European Regional Forum
British Ambassador in Latvia
2022Baltic Private M&A Deal Points Study 2022
2021Ellex Baltic M&A Monitor 2021
The Baltic M&A Monitor provides analysis of M&A activity in 2020 in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, along with forecasts for the year ahead.
2020The Buzz in Latvia - interview with Raimonds Slaidiņš
CEE Legal Matters has interviewed Raimonds Slaidiņš, Senior Partner of Ellex in Latvia, about significant recent developments and topics of interest to lawyers in Latvia.
2019Lex Mundi Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Guide
Implementing a company-wide anti-corruption compliance program? Advising management on a proposed overseas investment? Legal teams must understand how relevant anti-corruption laws apply to and inform the way in which they conduct their business. We are proud to have contributed to the Lex Mundi Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Guide summarizing regulatory regimes in 80 jurisdictions across the Americas, APAC and in EMEA.
Ellex experts in Latvia Raimonds Slaidiņš and Ints Skaldis are contributors of the Latvia chapter of the guide.
2018Baltic M&A Deal Points Study 2018
2017A Baltic round table
On July 18, 2017, an elite selection of Baltic legal experts from both the private practice and in-house worlds gathered in Riga for an in-depth discussion about the Baltic legal market. Law firm Ellex Klavins was represented by partner Raimonds Slaidiņš at the discussion.
2017Core values and Latvia as the land of great opportunities
Ellex in Latvia co-founders and partners Filips Kļaviņš and Raimonds Slaidiņš in an interview to Ligita Kovtuna for the Latvian-American newspaper “Laiks”.
2017We Need Ambitious Goals
Article featuring co-founder and partner of Ellex in Latvia Raimonds Slaidiņš.
2016Directors Liability: A Worldwide Review, third edition
Directors' Liability is a source of reference for international business lawyers published in conjunction with the International Bar Association. It is a comparative study of a crucial issue in corporate law, which provides practitioners with a powerful and decisive tool for ascertaining and comparing the law affecting directors' liability in today's globalizing economies.
The book covers nearly fifty jurisdictions worldwide and includes eight jurisdictions previously not covered. The third edition offers senior lawyers in major firms the opportunity to provide concise, detailed, and easy-to-understand summaries on their home law on directors' liability. Authors whose research appeared in earlier editions have updated their chapters, and the case law summarized and analysed now reflects published cases through the end of March 2016.
Experts Raimonds Slaidiņš and Reinis Sokolovs are co-authors of the Latvia chapter of the book.
Original source of publication: Directors' Liability: A Worldwide Review Third Edition, Alexander Loos (Ed.), International Bar Association Series, Volume 22,
© 2016 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands.