Mr Robert Dulewicz > Gide Loyrette Nouel > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Gide Loyrette Nouel
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Work Department

Banking & Finance, Capital Markets & Project Finance


Robert Dulewicz, a partner and legal counsel, heads the Gide Warsaw Capital Markets department. Robert has over 20 years’ experience in securities law and unique experience in capital markets transactions. He has participated in preparing documentation for Poland’s first issue of revenue bonds and for one of the first issuances of dematerialised debt securities. He has prepared documentation and participated in the negotiations of many debt securities programmes on the Polish market. He has also advised banks, borrowers and foreign and domestic investors on a number of syndicated loans and debt securities issuance programmes.

Robert also specialises in infrastructure financing, with projects including airports, railways, rolling stock and wastewater management. As member of a non-treasury securities workgroup of the Polish Bank Association, he prepared proposals of amendments to the Act on Bonds and was involved in legislative works on the same act, organised by the Ministry of Finance.


Before joining Gide, Robert Dulewicz worked in the Warsaw and London offices of Clifford Chance, and more recently at Dentons Warsaw, where he co-headed the Capital Markets department.


English and Polish

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Capital markets

(Leading individuals)

Robert DulewiczGide Loyrette Nouel

Gide Loyrette Nouel has ‘a very approachable and responsive team of lawyers‘, which is best known for its debt capital markets work. It undertakes all types of debt transactions and structuring issues for a wide variety of domestic and international financial institutions and industry bodies. Robert Dulewicz, who is a ‘star‘, is the head of the department. He specialises in securities and banking law, and has a strong track record in corporate bond issuances. Counsel Michał Śmiechowski‘s practice is focused on debt securities issues.