Jakub Wieczorek > CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Posniak i Bejm sp.k. > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Posniak i Bejm sp.k.
WARSAW FINANCIAL CENTER
UL. EMILII PLATER 53
00-113 WARSAW
Poland

Work Department

Banking and Finance

Position

Partner in the Banking and Finance Department

Career

Jakub Wieczorek is a Polish qualified advocate and a partner in the Banking and Finance Department at CMS Poland.
Jakub has 12+ years of experience in advising on a wide range of financing transactions with strong focus on project finance, leveraged finance, recaps and corporate finance in Poland and across the CEE region.
He has regularly participated in complex financing transactions, both on the lenders’ side, representing the largest Polish and foreign banks, and on the borrowers’ side, advising Polish and sponsors, foreign listed companies, real estate funds, private equity funds and private investors.

Languages

Polish, English

Memberships

Advocate, Regional Bar Chamber in Warsaw

Education

University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, Masters of Laws (2008)

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Banking and finance

The banking and finance group at CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Posniak i Bejm sp.k. acts for Polish and international banks, financial institutions and high-profile corporate borrowers. It is noted for its ability to ‘understand not only client’s needs but also the other party‘. In 2020, the team was instructed by the Polish Banking Association to assist with the procedures and documentation for the liquidity guarantee fund in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Michał Mężykowski, who heads up the team, has expertise in finance transactions, regulatory issues and financial restructurings. Jakub Podkowa has expertise in real estate finance transactions, while Jakub Wieczorek is noted for project finance and leveraged finance matters. Counsel Marek Milwicz vel Delach leads the banking regulatory practice and has substantial experience of payment services and fintech issues.