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Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto Legal Advisors
00-687 WARSAW
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Legal Advisor, Partner, Head of the M&A and Private Equity Practice Areas


Andrzej has over 20 years’ experience in transactional work, principally in venture capital, M&A and privatization transactions. He specializes in corporate law, commercial law, telecoms law and private equity transactions. He prepares and supervises international issuances of securities.

He advises on the investment process, including developing the structure of the investment and the forms of capital raising. He deals with capital restructuring transactions of companies and capital groups.

Andrzej represents both domestic and foreign investors, as well as investment and private equity funds, and companies from the TMT sector.

He has been repeatedly recognized by The Legal 500 EMEA, Chambers Europe and Best Lawyers.


English, Polish.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Commercial, corporate and M&A

Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto Legal Advisors‘s team specialises in M&A transactions, company reorganisations, demergers, joint ventures and equity investments, particularly in the TMT sector. Highlights for Szymon Skiendzielewski included advising 24/7 Communication on a merger with Headlines-Porter Novelli. Maciej Kotlicki assisted Capital Partners Investment I FIZ with the €22m acquisition of Gekoplast through a public tender. Andrzej Chajec and Jolanta Okoniecka are also names to note.

Poland > Private equity

Highlights for Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto Legal Advisors‘ Maciej Kotlicki included advising Parkdema UAB, an SPV of a Lithuanian-based energy and infrastructure fund managed by Lords LB Asset Management, on the acquisition of a 100% stake in City Parking Group from Royalton Partners. Andrzej Chajec and Szymon Skiendzielewski are also key individuals.

Poland > Restructuring and insolvency

Highlights for Chajec, Don-Siemion & Zyto Legal Advisors‘ Andrzej Chajec and Maciej Kotlicki included advising Capital Partners on a multi-stage equity restructuring of Ekoplast and its group companies. The team is often instructed in bankruptcy proceedings, representing creditors and debtors.