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Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.

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Jarosław Grzesiak

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Greenberg Traurig LLP

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Corporate & Securities | Mergers & Acquisitions


Managing Partner


Jarosław Grzesiak focuses his practice on corporate law. Jarosław has experience in representing international and domestic clients in large mergers and acquisitions (including privatizations), capital markets transactions, restructurings, and banking and finance projects.

Areas of Concentration

  • Corporate law
  • Capital markets
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Privatization
  • Banking and finance
  • Corporate restructurings


  • Polish, Native
  • English, Fluent


  • Member, Bar Association of Warsaw


  • Advocate, 1995
  • Master of Law, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, 1990


Capital markets

Within: Leading individuals

JarosŇāaw Grzesiak - Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.

Within: Capital markets

Capital markets are a focus of¬†Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.'s Warsaw office, which advises clients on DCM and ECM matters across sectors including banking, energy, real estate and TMT. The department is led by managing partner¬†JarosŇāaw Grzesiak¬†and also houses European capital markets regulatory expert¬†Federico Salinas, allowing the firm to co-ordinate a full service from Warsaw. In 2017,¬†PaweŇā Pietkiewicz¬†and¬†Aleksander Janiszewski¬†were promoted to partner.¬†RafaŇā SieŇĄski¬†and¬†Agnieszka Stankiewicz¬†advised Goldman Sachs International on the PLN1.1bn public tender offer for 100% shares in Polish-listed Robyg.¬†Andrzej WysokiŇĄski¬†assisted TMF Poland, as the Polish security agent, with the New York law-governed issuance of senior notes by Valeant.¬†Ireneusz MatusielaŇĄski¬†is another key name.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Leading individuals

JarosŇāaw Grzesiak - Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.¬†handles transactions across a wide range of sectors in the Polish market, with a particular emphasis on the real estate and construction industry. Alongside financial institution expert ŇĀukasz Pawlak, practice head¬†Lejb Fogelman¬†advised BNP Paribas Group on structuring and negotiating its¬†‚ā¨750m acquisition of the core banking business of Raiffeisen Bank Polska. Managing partner¬†JarosŇāaw Grzesiak¬†and¬†Agnieszka Stankiewicz¬†advised Goldman Sachs International, through its affiliate Bricks Acquisition, on its¬†‚ā¨250m acquisition of Robyg.¬†RafaŇā Baranowski¬†is recommended for his energy sector expertise.¬†MichaŇā BobrzyŇĄski¬†joined the team from¬†Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP¬†in July 2018.

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Energy and natural resources

Within: Energy and natural resources

Project finance expert¬†Andrzej WysokiŇĄski¬†leads the energy and natural resources department at¬†Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k., which handles a variety of corporate and M&A mandates for energy-sector clients.¬†Marek Kozaczuk¬†is advising¬†PGE Energa Odnawialna on tax issues in relation to its wind farm real estate and investment in assets in the Baltic.¬†JarosŇāaw Grzesiak¬†and¬†RafaŇā Baranowski¬†are also recommended.

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Private equity

Within: Leading individuals

JarosŇāaw Grzesiak - Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.

Within: Private equity

Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.'s six-partner team draws on the firm's wider expertise in tax, M&A, real estate, banking and finance and capital markets to offer private equity clients a full service. Highly experienced transactional lawyers¬†Lejb Fogelman¬†and¬†JarosŇāaw Grzesiak¬†jointly lead the department.¬†Agnieszka Stankiewicz¬†advised LCN Capital Partners on the financing of its acquisition of a complex of office buildings in¬†ŇĀ√≥dŇļ from Ghelamco Group.¬†RafaŇā Baranowski¬†assisted Abris Capital Partners with its acquisition of Velvet Care.

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Restructuring and insolvency

Within: Restructuring and insolvency

Andrzej WysokiŇĄski¬†leads the department at¬†Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k., which is composed of lawyers specialising in litigation, banking and finance, M&A and corporate law. In one matter of note,¬†Aleksander Janiszewski¬†and managing partner¬†JarosŇāaw Grzesiak¬†advised¬†Cyfrowy Polsat Group on a¬†‚ā¨2.9bn debt restructuring and amendments to its loan agreements with Polish and foreign financial institutions.

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