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Patrycja Goździowska recognised by the International Tax Review in the ranking Women in Tax Leaders


Patrycja Goździowska, partner co-leading the tax advisory practice within SSW has been recognised by the International Tax Review in the ranking Women in Tax Leaders.

The International Tax Review is the publisher of high-profile tax and legal publications valued by tax advisors and experts. Patrycja was included in the group of most regarded tax advisors.

Women in Tax Leaders 2017 is the third edition of a publication which presents the most esteemed  women among tax advisors in several dozen countries of the world - details.

“How international investment law protects the interests of entrepreneurs? A book by Filip Balcerzak Investor – state arbitration and human rights”


Entrepreneurs may seek the protection of their interests not only from the national law (before courts) but also from international law which guarantees that governments should treat investments in a fair and equitable manner. A book by Filip Balcerzak "Investor – state arbitration and human rights".

Maciej Duch, Sebastian Ponikowski and Tomasz Wickel delivered presentations during the workshop on “REITs – a new instrument on the real estate market”


On 20-21 September 2017, a workshop titled  “REITs – a new instrument on the real estate market” was held in Warsaw.

During the meeting, presentations titled “Overview of a new investment model in the light of the Act on real estate lease market companies” and “Key doubts related to the taxation of REITs” were delivered by Maciej Duch, Sebastian Ponikowski and Tomasz Wickel.

During their presentations, real estate industry experts described how the REIT model works in other countries and pondered over the transferability of those solutions onto the Polish market. In addition, business cases of companies operating in Poland according to the REIT model were reviewed during the workshop to find out whether their activity turned out to be a success or a failure.

The workshop was attended by developers, representatives of commercial real estate sector as well as persons interested in this form of investments.

”How to improve the tax system in an effective and sensible way?” Patrycja Goździowska took part in a debate organised by “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna”


On 28 September 2017, a discussion organised by the editors of “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” took place, which focused on the closing of loopholes in the tax system and the resulting impact on entrepreneurs.

The participants to the discussion which was held at the seat of “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” included also the Deputy Minister of Finance Paweł Gruza, President of ZIPSEE Cyfrowa Polska Michał Kanownik as well as experts representing Lewiatan, Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers and PwC.

We encourage you to read an article which describes more extensively the discussion on “How to improve the tax system in an effective and sensible way?” - LINK.

Karolina Tulwin and Mariusz Nowakowski appeared as speakers during the conference on “Problematic aspects related to shared areas in the real estate development industry”


On 6 September, a conference titled “Problematic aspects related to shared areas in the real estate development industry” was held in Warsaw. During the gathering, presentations titled “Visualisation in shared areas – problems experienced by developers” and “Warranty for shared areas in practice” were delivered by Karolina Tulwin and Mariusz Nowakowski.

SSW expands the range of services related to the competition and consumer protection law


Since the country’s accession to the European Union, any business activity undertaken in Poland has been made subject to additional requirements concerning the protection of competition and consumers. To avoid severe penalties, entrepreneurs who are planning to grow their business and operate on ever more competitive markets have to take account of increasingly complex questions concerning competition and consumer protection.

We encourage you to find out more about the expanded offering of our firm in the area the competition and consumer protection law: LINK

SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners act as legal advisor in raising financing from Alior Bank S.A. by members of the GetBack S.A. group


Lawyers from the Finance and Banking Practice of SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners advised in the execution of a loan agreement between Alior Bank S.A. on one side and GetBack S.A. and two investment funds on the other, which grants the latter three entities a loan in the amount of up to PLN 50 million.

The legal advice provided by SSW included comprehensive support in the process of negotiation and drafting of documents related to the transaction, including the loan agreement and collateral documentation. The transaction was supported by Szymon Okoń Ph.D., attorney at law and Partner in the Finance and Banking Practice, and Tomasz Kwaśniewski, associate.

SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners acted as the legal advisor for the programme of A series bonds issued by a company of the Benefit Systems S.A. group


Lawyers from the Capital Markets Practice of SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners advised during the programme of A series bonds issued by  a company of the Benefit Systems S.A. group. Under the programme, bonds with the face value of PLN 15 million were allocated. SSW acted in the role of the Issuer’s legal advisor in the process.

The legal advice provided by SSW included comprehensive support in the process of drafting of documents related to the transaction, including the collateral documentation. On the part of SSW, the project was supported by Szymon Okoń Ph.D., Attorney at Law and Partner in the Capital Markets Practice and Dawid Brudzisz, Junior Associate in the same practice.

SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners acted as legal advisor in the programme of PP3 series bonds issued by GetBack S.A. in an IPO process


Lawyers from the Capital Markets Patrice of SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners advised during the programme of PP3 series bonds issued by GetBack S.A. under the IPO. Under the programme, bonds with the face value of PLN 40 million were allocated. In the process, SSW acted in the role of the legal advisor of the offeror – Haitong Bank S.A. Spółka Akcyjna Oddział w Pulse.

The legal advice provided by SSW included comprehensive support in the process of negotiation and drafting of documents related to the transaction, including the final terms.

The transaction was supported by Szymon Okoń Ph.D., Attorney at Law and Partner in the Capital Markets Practice and Tomasz Kwaśniewski, Associate in the same practice.

SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners acted as the legal advisor for the programme of L series bonds issued by Capital Park S.A.


Lawyers from the Capital Markets Practice of SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Partners advised during the programme of L series bonds issued by Capital Park S.A. Under the programme, bonds with the face value exceeding 5.7 million Euro were allocated. SSW acted in the role of the Issuer’s legal advisor in the process.

The legal advice provided by SSW’s lawyers included comprehensive support in the process of drafting documents related to the transaction, including the bond issue terms and conditions and the subscription offer.

On the part of SSW, the project was supported by Szymon Okoń Ph.D., Attorney at Law and Partner in the Capital Markets Practice and Dawid Brudzisz, Junior Associate.