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


Work Department

Banking and Finance


Bartosz Nojek concentrates on banking, financial, commercial and civil law. His main areas of interest focus on 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, asset finance and real estate 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.

In 2016 Bartosz completed a six months long secondment with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London, where he was responsible for cross-border projects, diverse types of financings, including bilateral and syndicated loan agreements, restructurings, re-financings and project finance transactions, mainly concerning renewables, in Cyprus, Romania, Albania, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Jordan, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Ukraine and FYR Macedonia.


Partner at Dentons since 2020 (with the law firm since 2004).


Polish, English.


Admitted to the Polish bar since 2013.


University of  Warsaw, Master of Laws.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Banking and finance

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Bartosz NojekDentons

Dentons‘ banking and finance team was bolstered in 2021 by the arrival of Mark Segall from CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Posniak i Bejm sp.k.; he has expertise in cross-border syndicated lending and other structured finance transactions. The group in Warsaw is led by Mateusz Toczyski, who is also a co-head of the firm’s global banking practice. Bartosz Nojek handles syndicated lending transactions for borrowers and lenders; Piotr Nerwiński, who was promoted to partner in March 2021 is noted for his expertise in real estate finance and project finance deals. Tomasz Trocki takes the lead in consensual restructuring projects. In July 2021,Agnieszka Lipska left the firm to take up an in-house position at Enlight Renewable Energy.