Aleksandra Bańkowska > PwC Legal Zelaznicki sp.k. > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

PwC Legal Zelaznicki sp.k.
POLNA 11
00-633 WARSAW
Poland

Work Department

Banking Law

Position

PwC Legal Poland Partner, advocate

Career

Aleksandra has handled regulatory cases concerning structuring banking business in Poland, including but not limited to the establishment of banks, transformation of banks into credit institutions branches, acquisition of bank shares and related proceedings before the Polish Financial Supervision Authority.

Aleksandra’s practice also includes counselling in domestic- and international debt financing transactions. In those transactions, Aleksandra has represented both banks and borrowers.

Aleksandra also has broad experience in bank outsourcing matters, drafting outsourcing contracts and drafting other documents relating to banking operations; she has also experience in proceedings before the Polish Financial Supervision Authority to secure permissions relating to bank outsourcing agreements.

Education

Aleksandra graduated from the Law and Administration Faculty of the University of Warsaw. She studied at, and received a diploma in English law from, Cardiff University as part of Socrates-Erasmus programme. Aleksandra also holds a diploma in English and European Law from the University of Warsaw.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Banking and finance

(Leading individuals)

Aleksandra Bańkowska –PwC Legal Zelaznicki sp.k.

PwC Legal Zelaznicki sp.k. has a notable reputation for financial services regulatatory matters, under the leadership of Aleksandra Bańkowska. The team has expertise in the spectrum of Polish and EU financial regulatory law and advises a multitude of Polish banks and international financial institutions with operations in Poland. The team advises the Polish Banking Association on issues pertaining to outsourcing and ESG. Counsel Łukasz Łyczko is a go-to lawyer for payment services and licensing procedures, while senior associate Magda Kazana-Jaroniec is an expert in anti-money laundering compliance.