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Wolf Theiss

UL. MOKOTOWSKA 49, 00-542 WARSAW, POLAND
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Work +48 22 378 89 00
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Wolf Theiss, Przemysław Kozdój, Warsaw, POLAND

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Przemysław Kozdój

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Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG

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Banking & Finance, Real Estate. Przemysław focuses on advising clients on a broad range of banking and finance related matters, especially in real estate finance, acquisition finance, and financial restructuring of companies. He advises foreign and domestic banks and investors on various aspects of financial transactions and regulatory matters. He has participated in numerous real estate transactions, including the financing of some of the most prestigious shopping centres, office buildings, logistics centres, and hotels in Poland and Russia. Przemysław's almost 20 years of experience includes financial restructuring of one of the largest Polish companies, with subsidiaries in several jurisdictions, and advising on various financial aspects of M&A and capital market transactions.

Position

Partner and head of the Banking & Finance team in Warsaw.

Career

Worked in international law firms in Warsaw and London, and at Aareal Bank in Wiesbaden.

Languages

English, German, Polish.

Education

Przemysław graduated summa cum laude from the University of Warsaw. He is a legal adviser and a member of the Warsaw Bar Association in Warsaw.


Poland

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Wolf Theiss' group was boosted by the arrival of Przemysław Kozdój (who now leads the team) from Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k. in September 2017. The group advised Berlin Hyp on a number of matters, including its €187m financing extended to AEW Group for the refinancing of shopping centres in Prague, Warsaw and Gdynia. Senior associate Michał Kulig is also recommended.

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Legal Developments by:
Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG

  • EU TRANSACTION TAX: ADDITIONAL BURDENS ON BANKS?

    The finance ministers of the European Union met again last week to discuss the plan of introducing a single EU financial transaction tax. According to the plan, a 0.1 percent tax would be levied on bond and capital transactions, while a 0.01 percent tax would be charged on derivatives transactions.
    - Wolf Theiss

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