Where will I find support in expanding onto foreign markets?
Our Go Global programme.
Poland is a leading country in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region. Due to the size of its markets, their development levels, and Poland's location in the CEE, this region is also a natural direction for expansion for Polish businesses.
In line with DZP's motto "more than law", our experts not only provide legal advice but also constantly monitor investment opportunities for foreign investors on the Polish and other CEE markets. This means that we are in a position to quickly and effectively show clients potential investment areas and directions for further growth.
Deals corner | 13.02.2019
Foreign Expansion Fund FIZ AN, managed by PFR TFI S.A., has concluded an investment agreement with Rainbow Tours S.A. on a joint investment in expanding the chain of White Olive hotels in Greece.
Deals corner | 29.01.2019
DZP lawyers supported the investment fund Fundusz Ekspansji Zagranicznej FIZ AN, managed by the investment fund company PFR TFI S.A., upon negotiating and concluding a loan agreement with a member company of R22 Group, extending its activity outside of Poland.
Event | 21.11.2018
Asters and DZP has a pleasure of inviting you to business breakfast which will be held 21 November 2018.
Deals corner | 19.09.2018
Wielton S.A., the largest in Poland and a leading European manufacturer of trailers and semi-trailers, has acquired a 100% shareholding in Lawrence David Limited.
News | 14.09.2018
On 14-21 September Marcin Krakowiak, as the guest of the Shanghai branch of the Polish Investment & Trade Agency, took part in international conferences in China.
Deals corner | 28.12.2017
On 28 December Wielton closed a transaction to acquire from Dauphine Investissements a 34.69% shareholding in Fruehauf. DZP was again legal adviser and coordinator of the transaction.
Deals corner | 29.09.2017
DZP advised the Swedish company GBO Fastening Systems AB upon the sale of its Polish subsidiary to the French company Ateliers LR Etanco SAS.
Publication | 01.09.2017
It is one of the favourite destination for Polish firms interested in doing business in Central Asia. However, there are some legal peculiarities that one should know when deciding to operate there.
Deals corner | 24.05.2017
We advised Wielton SA on the acquisition of 100% of shares in the German Langendorf GmbH. The Langendorf Group manufactures trailers, semi-trailers and special vehicles for transporting, e.g. glass.
News | 01.02.2017
David Shasha has joined our team. David will be working in London, where he will co-ordinate DZP's relationships with law firms, financial institutions and companies located in UK.
Publication | 06.07.2016
Poland’s market economy has been developing rapidly over the last 30 years. Many Polish entrepreneurs have developed their businesses to grow from small initiatives to impressive sizes.
News | 16.03.2016
DZP has become a member of the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is one of the oldest bilateral chambers of commerce in Poland and has worked for over 20 years for the development of mutual relations.
Publication | 28.11.2015
Although the Central and Eastern Europe region is still suffering from instability, several countries have seen improved economic performance, Dominic Carman reports.
Publication | 16.03.2015
An influx of global firms and a rush of indie spin-offs has created an overcrowded legal market in Poland – and fees are suffering. “The market is very crowded,” agrees Krzysztof Zakrzewski.
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