Mr Zbigniew Marczyk > Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP
Plac Trzech Krzyży 10/14
00-499 Warsaw

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Recognised for his focus in the tax aspects of the true-sale securitisation of receivables and other asset-backed securities transactions, Zbigniew Marczyk is a licensed lawyer and tax advisor combining over 20 years of tax advisory experience with a deep understanding of his clients’ business. Because of the considerable number of these types of projects Zbigniew has participated in, including the first true-sale securitisation of auto loans on the Polish market implemented by one of the Polish banks, he has been able to gain significant knowledge on all the crucial tax aspects of such financing. However, Zbigniew’s professional activity is much wider than only providing advice to the financial sector; his second area of knowledge and experience is advising on real estate transactions including various types of properties such as office buildings, warehouses, shopping centres, hotels, and undeveloped lands.


English, Polish


The Circuit Chamber of Legal Counsel in Warsaw 2005; The National Chamber of Tax Advisors, 2004


MA Law, Jagiellonian University, 1998

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Tax

The tax department at Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP covers a broad range of issues, include corporate tax, VAT, international tax structuring, personal income tax and real estate taxation, regularly working alongside colleagues across the firm’s transactional departments. The team has a particular strength in transfer pricing, as well as a solid tax litigation capability. Andrzej Dębiec leads the department and is well known for his experience in optimisation projects, tax planning and structuring M&A transactions. Counsel Zbigniew Marczyk has a niche in the tax aspects of securitisation projects. Counsel Dorota Walerjan stands out for her expertise in insurance and banking sector-related tax.

Comparative Guides

Poland: Securitisation February 2022 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Securitisation laws and regulations that may occur in Poland.