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Norton Rose Fulbright

METROPOLITAN BUILDING, PLAC PILSUDSKIEGO 2, 00-073, WARSAW, POLAND
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Work +48 22 581 4900
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Web:
www.nortonrosefulbright.com

Grzegorz Dyczkowski

Tel:
Work +48 22 581 4949
Email:
Norton Rose Fulbright

Work Department

Banking

Position

Partner

Career

https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en-pl/people/121571


Poland

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Norton Rose Fulbright's team has a strong trade and commodity finance practice, but also handles asset finance and project finance involving mezzanine loans, bonds and quasi-debt instruments. Practice head Grzegorz Dyczkowski, of counsel Tomasz Rogalski and senior associate Marta Kawecka, who is a key name for project finance, are the names to note.

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Capital markets

Within: Capital markets

Norton Rose Fulbright advises issuers and security providers on international transactions involving Poland. The group has particular experience in derivative transactions and drafting hedging documentation. Grzegorz Dyczkowski leads the team.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Piotr Strawa¬†leads the group at¬†Norton Rose Fulbright,¬†which predominantly advises private equity funds and industrial clients from a variety of sectors.¬†Grzegorz Dyczkowski¬†is another key name. The group lost former department co-head¬†PaweŇā Bajno¬†to¬†Bird & Bird Szepietowski i wsp√≥lnicy sp. k.¬†in January 2019.

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Energy and natural resources

Within: Energy and natural resources

Norton Rose Fulbright¬†is particularly strong in relation to advising banks and energy companies on project financing and corporate matters.¬†Of counsel¬†Tomasz Rogalski¬†leads the team.¬†Grzegorz Dyczkowski¬†is another names to note.¬†PaweŇā Bajno¬†joined¬†Bird & Bird Szepietowski i wsp√≥lnicy sp. k.¬†in January 2019.

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Private equity

Within: Private equity

Norton Rose Fulbright¬†predominantly handles buy-outs, restructurings and exit transactions for domestic and international funds. The group is led by¬†Piotr Strawa.¬†Grzegorz Dyczkowski¬†and of counsel¬†Agnieszka Braciszewska¬†are other key contacts. Former practice head¬†PaweŇā Bajno¬†left the firm to join¬†Bird & Bird Szepietowski i wsp√≥lnicy sp. k.¬†in January 2019.

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