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Our lawyers have extensive knowledge and understanding of the complex regulatory regimes in which financial institutions operate and are familiar with the specifics of clients' sectors and business areas.
We have advised numerous institutions in the financial sector, helping them to meet stringent regulatory requirements. Our clients are primarily domestic and foreign banks, investment companies, asset managers, investment funds, fintechs and lending companies.
By providing practical and innovative solutions, we help our clients respond to the latest legislative and regulatory developments, which are often of fundamental importance in shaping their strategy and business direction.
We specialise particularly in advising on:
Our clients have entrusted us with some of the most complex cases in the financial sector and with representing them before the supervisory authorities.
News | 13.09.2023 In this year's edition of the ranking published by the IFLR1000 publication, our law firm was again recommended in all seven practice areas.
News | 24.08.2022 We are pleased to inform you that, in the latest ranking published by IFLR1000, our law firm and experts are again in the forefront.
News | 17.08.2022 Our law firm has become a knowledge partner in the first online Master of Business Administration for Startups course in Poland.
News | 01.07.2022 We are delighted to announce that, on 1 July, Daniel Chojnacki from Infrastructure and Energy Practice, Piotr Jackowski from Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice, Sylwia Kuca and Damian Szczygielski from Corporate and M&A Practice joined the group of our law firm's Partners.
From 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies in Poland and other European Union countries. We would therefore like to give you several details on the subject of how DZP processes personal data.
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