MAGNUSSON NAMES TAX AND RESTRUCTURING PARTNER IN POLAND
Tomasz Rysiak has been with Magnusson since 2007. He joined from Ernst & Young, where he worked in the tax department (2005-2007), focusing on VAT-related advisory.
Within his practice, Tomasz primarily advises on tax, restructuring and M&A matters. He advises major domestic and foreign corporations, including companies listed at NYSE, NASDAQ, and the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
He has also amassed significant experience in cross-border projects. His track record includes management of legal work for foreign investors in such countries as Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia and Ukraine.
Qualified as a legal advisor in Poland (pl. radca prawny), he also completed postgraduate studies in mergers & acquisitions at the Warsaw School of Economics.
Articles authored by Tomasz are on a regular basis published in Polish daily business newspapers.
Tomasz has been instrumental in developing the tax and restructuring capabilities of Magnusson in Poland and on a firm-wide level. He and his team play a crucial role in our organization, adding value to both domestic and cross-border services to our clients, says Agnieszka Pytlas-Skwierczyńska, the Managing Partner of Magnusson in Poland.
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