Mr Andrzej Dębiec > Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP
Plac Trzech Krzy?y 10/14
00-499 Warsaw
Poland

Work Department

Corporate

Position

Partner

Career

Andrzej Debiec, a legal counsellor and tax adviser, is a partner in the Hogan Lovells Warsaw office. The head of the Tax department and the Infrastructure group, Andrzej offers clients many years of experience in tax compliance, tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, transaction structuring, and dispute resolution. His vast experience translates into an exhaustive knowledge of the business environment, as well as a comprehensive understanding of the rules governing the sectors of the economy in which his clients operate.

Languages

English, French, Russian, Polish

Memberships

The Circuit Chamber of Legal Counsel (1995)
The National of Chamber of Tax Advisors (1998)

Education

LL.M., Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw University, 1990

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Tax

(Leading individuals)

Andrzej DębiecHogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP

There are three strands to the tax practice at Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP: financial services taxation, construction and real estate transactional tax issues and the tax aspects of securitisations. The group is led by Andrzej Dębiec, who is a qualified tax adviser with experience in transactional, advisory and contentious tax work across the financial and real estate sectors. Zbigniew Marczyk is an expert in securitisation tax, while counsel Dorota Walerjan specialises in advising on tax issues related to the insurance and banking sectors, as well as in relation to infrastructure projects.

Poland > Public procurement

A popular choice for pre-implementation analyses, the public procurement team at Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP is led by Andrzej Dębiec and counsel Bartosz Clemenz. Notably, the group also handles tender proceedings and advises on PPP contracts, bank loan agreements, sub-contracting and insurance matters. It also assists with matters pertaining to EU funding, state aid and public finance. Clients include state entities as well as private concessionaires