Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen

Legal Services | Romania
tel: +40 21 201 12 00 | fax: +40 21 201 12 10
201 Barbu Vacarescu St., Globalworth Tower, 18th Floor, District 2 | Bucharest | 020276 | Romania

Main Contacts

Ion I. Nestor

Co-Managing Partner

Manuela M. Nestor

Co-Managing Partner


Bucharest, Romania | Cluj-Napoca, Romania | Timisoara, Romania


Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) is a promoter of business law in Romania.

NNDKP is independently acknowledged as a pioneer provider of integrated legal & tax services on the local market.

For over 30 years, corporations, financial institutions, private equity funds and entrepreneurs from diverse industries, including innovative and niche sectors, have provided us the opportunity to work together on both landmark transactions and projects that have contributed to the evolution of the local business environment. We have also provided strategic legal and tax advice on regular operations, helping clients move forward with their business initiatives.

NNDKP team brings together knowledgeable, talented and dedicated lawyers and tax advisors active in Romania, with proven results that reflect a mix of industry insights, courtroom experience and practical business sense. Over 120 lawyers & tax & IP counsellors working in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Timisoara form one of the largest and most respected teams of independent professional services providers in Romania.

To continuously add value to the services that would benefit our clients, NNDKP has established strong connections with leading international law firms and high-profile professional networks such as Lex Mundi, World Services Group, International Attorneys Club and SEE Legal. We are also actively involved in professional organisations dedicated to specific practice areas (such as competition, energy and labour law). On the domestic front, NNDKP has formed alliances with non-legal advisers with deep knowledge of the Romanian market such as Transfer Pricing SRL (TPS), Cornerstone Communications and Concilium Consulting, to help clients pursue their business interests including outside the legal spectrum.

Committed to constant advancement and enhanced performance, NNDKP formalized in 2019 its Center of Excellence in Fiscal Disputes (or NNDKP CELF), an initiative built with the aim to provide clients access to highly specialized advice and best practices in fiscal disputes. Through NNDKP CELF, local and international companies as well as entrepreneurs benefit from integrated legal and tax services throughout all stages of a fiscal dispute.

NNDKP has maintained outstanding rankings in world�s leading publications like Chambers and Partners, The Legal 500 and IFLR 1000, since the beginning of their research in Romania. NNDKP is also a 5-time winner of the �Law firm of the year in Romania� award by Chambers Europe.

Today, NNDKP is an entrepreneurial success story whose narrative thread follows natural evolution, adapted to the dynamics of the Romanian business environment.

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Year this Office was Established: 1990
Lawyers Worldwide: 130


Areas of Practice



Florina  Firaru

Florina Firaru

Managing Associate
Dariana  Istrate

Dariana Istrate

Senior Associate

Of Counsel

Georgeta  Dinu

Georgeta Dinu

Of Counsel


Laura  Agatinei

Laura Agatinei

Marketing and Business Development Executive
Delia  Hincu

Delia Hincu

Business Development Analyst
Ruxandra  Teodorescu

Ruxandra Teodorescu

Director of Human Resources
Ionut  Banu

Ionut Banu

Chief Financial Officer


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