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We have been expanding our knowledge of capital and financial markets since the political transformation in Poland. Our lawyers have taken part in creating the bases for securities trading in Poland and co-created the foundations of the capital market by participating in the preparation of laws regulating its principles.
As we understand how important it is for our clients’ development to gain the trust of investors and regular and fast financing, we always make every effort to ensure that the transactions we handle are carried out efficiently and transparently.
We advise public companies and financial institutions on transactions on the capital market, particularly IPOs, secondary share offerings, and issues of bond and convertible securities. We also represent clients before Polish regulatory authorities, including the Polish Financial Supervision Authority and the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
We also carry out M&A transactions on the public market – from highly complex long-term ventures to small projects. In each case, we work to the highest standards, meeting the planned schedule on time, while avoiding unnecessary formal risks and acting proactively.
In addition, we advise companies on communicating with the market, meeting reporting requirements and clarifying legal issues with regulatory institutions.
Our experts are also the core of the DZP | Future project, which is a platform for cooperation with innovative entities with high growth potential and investors open to above-average risk. One of the elements of the project is cooperation in raising capital on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, including through a listing on NewConnect, a stock market operated by the Warsaw Stock Exchange off the regulated market in the form of an alternative trading system.
Deals corner | 02.03.2021 This is yet another cross-border transaction in which we are supporting Getin Holding. The client is being advised by lawyers from the Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice: Andrzej Foltyn, Partner and Head of Practice, and Piotr Jackowski, Senior Associate.
News | 22.06.2020 We are delighted to annouce that Magdalena Skowrońska is featured in the IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2020 - Europe, Middle East and Africa list.
Deals corner | 14.05.2020 DZP has advised Intrum on entering the new secured debt segment. The client was advised by a team of lawyers from DZP’s Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice.
Publication | 05.05.2017 What have been the trends over the past year or so in terms of deal activity in the project finance sector in your jurisdiction? An interview with Magdalena Skowronska and Tomasz Kalicki.
Deals corner | 24.11.2015 The South African company Bounty Brands, which is part of the Coast2Coast group, bought shares in Sonko sp. z o.o., the leading rice, cereal and bakery goods producer in Poland.
Deals corner | 31.07.2015 We have advised Pureprofile, a market research company in the online marketing sector, on the acquisition of Sparc Media, an international online and Trading Desk advertising agency.
Deals corner | 01.07.2015 On 1 July 2015, the ITI Group and Canal+ Group finalized the sale of a controlling stake in TVN SA to Southbank Media Ltd, owned by the US group Scripps Networks Interactive.
Deals corner | 22.05.2015 We have advised Wielton SA, the largest Polish and one of the foremost European manufacturers of trailers and semi-trailers, on the purchase of 65.31% of shares in the French company Fruehauf.
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