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MAGNUSSON STRENGTHENS CORPORATE AND CAPITAL MARKETS PRACTICE IN WARSAW

2018-01-03

The team of Magnusson Tokaj and Partners has been joined by partner Wojciech Fabrycki with a team consisting of partner Tomasz Kudelski and attorney-at-law Aleksandra Rogalska. Lawyers will strengthen the corporate law and capital markets practice in the Magnusson office in Warsaw.

Wojciech Fabrycki specializes in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and arbitration. He is an expert in capital investment and M&A transactions, as well as in restructuring and financing real estate projects. He advised on dozens of M&A transactions for foreign strategic and financial investors (including private equity funds).
He is an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and was admitted to the bar as attorney-at-law.
 
Tomasz Kudelski specializes in company law, civil law, mergers and acquisitions and litigation. He has extensive experience in commercial transactions. He advised on a number of M&A transactions, as well as on investment processes and capital market transactions for Polish and foreign investment funds, including private equity funds on, inter alia, capital investments and financing of the real estate projects.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw and was admitted to the bar as attorney-at-law.

Prior to joining Magnusson office in Warsaw, both lawyers were associated with the law firm Dubiński Fabrycki Jeleński i Wspólnicy (previously Vogel, Dubiński i Wspólnicy) for 10 years. Earlier, they worked at the Grynhoff, Woźny i Wspólnicy law firm and in the law firm Fabrycki & Dudziuk.

In the area of capital transactions, they advised in the investment process for inter alia: ABRIS CEE Mid Market Fund, China Central and Eastern Europe Investment Cooperation Fund, Advent International, Poland Investment Fund and Poland Central Fund.

Aleksandra Rogalska specializes in M&A transactions, capital markets and corporate law. She advised on transactions involving domestic and foreign business entities. She has broad experience in day-to-day legal services for commercial entities, including Warsaw Stock Exchange companies.
She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw and was admitted to the bar as attorney-at-law.

“Welcoming Wojciech Fabrycki and his team to Magnusson Tokaj and Partners is an important moment for our law firm,” said Andrzej Tokaj, Senior Partner at Magnusson Warsaw. We are convinced that this team’s experience will strengthen the offer for our clients.”

 “We are looking forward to working in a larger and stronger team. The dynamic development of our firm is a response to the needs of our clients and the market,” comments Agnieszka Pytlas, Managing Partner at Magnusson Warsaw.

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