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Tomasz Kawczynski



Kawczynski Tomasz
Tomasz Kawczynski



Tomasz specialises in banking and finance transactions, focusing on project finance and other structured financings.

He has advised lenders on almost all Polish project financings (both internationally and domestically financed) undertaken by Allen & Overy Warsaw. Tomasz also specialises in leveraged finance transactions and has advised on a number of bilateral and syndicated, secured and unsecured non-structured loans.



Allen & Overy, A. Pędzich sp. k.
Grzybowska 56

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Admitted as an attorney-at-law, Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law, Poland, 2005


Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Gdansk, 1997



Hall of Fame

Legal 500, 2021 (Banking and Finance)

Band 1 Banking & Finance Lawyer in Poland

Chambers Global, 2021, Chambers Europe, 2021

News & insights

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Publications: 21 OCTOBER 2021

Indonesia passes carbon tax bill as part of GHG regulation effort

There are two important legislative developments in Indonesia as the country attempts to meet its obligations under the Paris Agreement. Indonesia’s House of Representatives (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat…

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Publications: 19 OCTOBER 2021

Carbon transport and storage in the UK

Today the UK Government has announced which two carbon transport and storage clusters have been successful in the initial phase of the UK Government's carbon capture, usage and storage cluster…

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News: 19 OCTOBER 2021

A&O advising Zopa on its USD300 million fundraising led by Softbank Vision Fund 2

Allen & Overy is advising digital bank Zopa on its latest round of fundraising. The bank, which was the world’s first peer-to-peer lender and is one of the UK’s newest digital banks, has raised…

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Publications: 18 OCTOBER 2021

Green pass: the obligation of green certifications in the working environments

The measures on the obligation to possess Green Certification Covid-19 for employees in the public and private sectors taking effect from 15 October 2021.

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