Mr Bartosz Nojek > Dentons > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Banking and Finance


Bartosz’s main areas of interest focus on real estate finance transactions and corporate financings provided by syndicate banks, acting on both the lenders’ and the borrowers’ side. He has led or participated in numerous finance transactions, including project finance, acquisition finance and asset finance, as well as restructurings. His experience covers drafting and negotiating credit documentation, in particular LMA standard loan documentation, term sheets, intercreditor agreements, as well as security documents. He represents leading Polish and foreign banks and borrowers, including listed companies, private equity funds and private investors.


Partner at Dentons since 2020 (with the law firm since 2004). In 2016 seconded to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London.


Polish, English.


Admitted to the Polish bar since 2013.


University of  Warsaw, Master of Laws.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Banking and finance

(Next Generation Partners)

Bartosz NojekDentons

Dentons‘ banking and finance team is noted for handling financing transactions in Poland and across the CEE region. It has notable expertise in real estate finance, acquisition finance, project finance and corporate finance, as well as bond issuances and regulatory compliance. The group distinguishes itself in CEE cross-border portfolio financings originated in Warsaw, Munich and Vienna. The co-heads of the team in Warsaw are Mateusz Toczyski and Marcin Bartczak; the latter is a co-chair of the firm’s European financial institutions regulatory team. Agnieszka Lipska, who made partner in April 2020, is a seasoned financial transactional lawyer focusing on the energy, heavy industry and manufacturing sectors. Corporate finance expert Bartosz Nojek also made partner. Counsel Tomasz Zwoliński has developed a niche in export finance, as well as the financing aspects of PPP deals. In March 2021, Mark Segall joined the group, having previously served as the head of the CEE banking practice at CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Pośniak i Bejm sp.k..