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Maciej Kotlicki

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Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto Legal Advisors

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Legal Advisor, Head of the Capital Markets Practice Area

Position

Maciej specializes in mergers and acquisitions, and capital markets transactions. He advises on public equity and debt capital transactions, including initial public offerings (IPOs) and secondary public offerings (SPOs). He deals with leveraged buyouts, corporate finance and restructuring transactions, and Polish and English corporate law.

He advises both Polish and international investors, including, among others, private equity and investment funds, companies from the TMT industry, and financial institutions.

In addition, he advises clients on disputes against public companies or their shareholders, mainly concerning tender offers and delisting from the Warsaw Stock Exchange. He also advises public companies on a day-to-day basis, including on corporate governance, securities law issues and stock exchange requirements.

Maciej is recommended by The IFLR1000 Financial & Corporate 2017, and the Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field of TMT.


Poland

Private equity

Within: Private equity

Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto Legal Advisors’ team advised Capital Park on its investment in the investment certificates of a closed-end investment fund. Practice head Andrzej Chajec, Maciej Kotlicki and Szymon Skiendzielewski are recommended.

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Restructuring and insolvency

Within: Restructuring and insolvency

Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto Legal Advisors’ group ‘delivers innovative solutions’ on a wide range of restructuring and insolvency matters. Krzysztof Żyto and Maciej Kotlicki are key contacts.

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