Mr Tomasz Kanski > Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak
UL. JASNA 26
00-054 WARSAW
Poland
Tomasz Kanski photo

Work Department

M&A and Corporate, Banking and finance

Position

Senior Partner at Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak. Specializes in commercial and international business transactions, M&A and corporate finance transactions, privatization, restructuring and bankruptcy projects.

Career

He joined SK&S in 1995 and became partner in 2002. He has advised in numerous M&A and commercial transactions, including privatization projects as well as corporate disputes. He has also advised numerous clients in their investments in Poland as well as their day-to-day operations, including direct greenfield project investments in special economic zones in Poland.

Languages

Polish, English

Memberships

A member of the supervisory boards of several companies.

Education

– Central European University in Budapest – Post-graduate studies – LLM in Business International Law – 1995,
– University of California in Berkeley – scholarship – 1995,
– University of Limburg in Maastricht – scholarship – 1994,
– University of Poznan – Master of Laws – 1994,
– Technical University in Poznan – 1987–1991

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Banking and finance

Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak‘s ‘smart and positive‘ team has a strong focus on financial regulatory work, but it also has a highly regarded transactional practice. The regulatory team has a deep specialism in the fintech sector, and is able to work closely with the firm’s IP and IT departments. The group is also heavily involved in anti-money laundering projects. Financial sector M&A is another area of focus, and lawyers have significant experience in group reorganisations and acquisitions. Team head Marcin Olechowski focuses on regulatory work, while Tomasz Kanski is a transactional finance lawyer with broad experience in acquisition financings. Wojciech Iwański , who is based in Katowice, is an expert in banking regulations, particularly for payment and brokerage services.