Jana Nikodinovska
Jana Nikodinovska is the Founder and Managing Director of Nikodinovska Advisory Firm. Experienced legal professional with strong track record in corporate and finance. Headed legal teams advising some of the most complex and largest investments and transactions in North Macedonia. She was Vice President Legal Affairs and Corporate Secretary with Euromax Resources, Canadian listed junior mining company, that was developing USD 470 million copper and gold project in North Macedonia. As Head of Legal at TGS Technical and Medicinal Gasses Skopje she also implemented first-of-a-kind hydrogen project. She was also a Junior Partner with MENS LEGIS Law Firm.
She has a knowledge of the US and Canadian corporate, investment and securities regulations. She holds an MBA degree from the University of Sheffield and awards from the Imperial College London, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and Vrije University Brussels. She has a deep understanding of foreign direct investments. With her expertise she contributed in shaping the Macedonian regulatory frame and improving the legal environment for investments in North Macedonia.
Provide advice and oversee structuring and documentation for transactions and process monitoring. Research and analyze benefits and risks of deals and agreements for consideration. Advise leadership on legal issues across multiple sectors.
Areas of expertise include: Business Development and Administration, Acquisitions & Investments, Banking and Finance, Company Law, Corporate Governance, Contractual Law and Commercial Transactions, Energy and Natural Resources, Concession and Tenders, Project Management, Project Permissions, Regulatory Compliance, Legal Drafting, and Due Diligence.
Experienced in projects funded by institutional investors, international organizations and donors. Project based engagement includes: Structural and legal reform of the Ministry of agriculture, forestry and water economy of Macedonia – EU funded project managed by EAR; Project for Training Policy for central administration civil servants; Project for approximation of the Macedonian legislation with the EU Law in the area of internal affairs – funded by Foundation Open Society Institute – Macedonia and others.

practice areas

Administrative LawBanking LawBusiness EnterprisesBusiness FormationBusiness LawBusiness PlanningCommercial LawConstruction LawContractsCorporate FinanceCorporate GovernanceCorporate LawEnergyEnergy RegulationEnvironmental LawFinanceGovernment RelationsInvestmentsLobbyingMergers and Acquisitions and DivestituresMining and MineralsNatural ResourcesProject FinanceSecuritiesStrategic AlliancesUnfair CompetitionVenture Capital

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