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Rafał Grochowski joins DZP with his team
We are pleased to announce that, at the beginning of March, Rafał Grochowski joined the group of DZP Partners. Together with his team, he will enhance the Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice led by Andrzej Foltyn, Partner and Head of Practice, and Magdalena Skowrońska, Partner.
Rafał is a renowned specialist in legal advice on capital markets, infrastructure and energy projects, securities and public companies. He has on many occasions supported Polish and foreign banks in corporate financing and debt issue. He has also advised on numerous real estate lease and leaseback transactions, and corporate debt restructuring.
Together with Rafał, the following lawyers also joined DZP:
The infrastructure financing and debt issue team headed by Rafał specialises in project finance, infrastructure investments in the state and municipal sector, transactions involving private investors and real estate financing.
In recent years, the team has advised on projects such as the financing of airports, public transport, waste and water management facilities, the construction of sports facilities, housing infrastructure and medical centres.
"I am delighted that renowned expert Rafał Grochowski and his team have joined us – this is a significant enhancement of our company's potential." says Krzysztof Zakrzewski, Managing Partner.
"Thanks to this transfer, we will be able to provide our clients with a full spectrum of services relating to infrastructure project financing." notes Andrzej Foltyn, Partner and Head of the Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice.
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