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We have been advising on mergers and acquisitions of financial institutions for over 20 years, including on transactions involving banks, insurance companies, brokers, asset managers and finance companies on both the public and private markets.
We advise on small and medium-sized transactions on the domestic market and on large cross-border transactions.
We offer our clients a unique combination of sector knowledge, transaction experience and the skill to manage complex processes.
Companies in the financial services sector that take part in mergers and acquisitions appreciate both our team's more than 20 years’ experience in the sector and our comprehensive knowledge of financial regulations.
Our lawyers work closely with lawyers in other DZP specialisations to provide clients with integrated support in areas that are key for financial institutions. The combination of knowledge and experience in mergers and acquisitions, financial services, antitrust and competition, capital markets and tax regulations lets us anticipate and avoid potential problems, enabling us to manage risks at an early stage of a transaction.
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.
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