Wozniak Legal is pleased to announce the recruitment of new partner, Piotr Drzazga. Piotr is a real estate and an asset finance specialist, who has extensive experience in real estate acquisitions, project finance, and cross-border leasing transactions. He joins from AllenOvery, where he worked from 2001 until 2013 as a senior associate. Piotr Drzazga commented: “I am excited at the prospect of joining Wozniak Legal at a point in time where its international real estate practice is going from strength to strength. The firm’s clear focus on this area was very attractive to me and I look forward to new challenges”. Grzegorz Wozniak, Managing Partner, said: “It is a pleasure to be able to welcome a highly respected and leading practitioner to our practice. Piotr fits perfectly into our existing team and he will be a superb addition to the firm”.
Piotr has over 14 years of experience in advising clients on real estate matters, including sales and acquisitions of various real estate assets, office leases, development and public private partnership projects. Some of his transactions include advising First Property, a leading UK real estate fund, on acquisition (through several transactions) of their EUR 300 million portfolio in Poland, a consortium of Allianz and Tristan Capital Partners on acquisition of the Warsaw Financial Centre, a class A office skyscraper in Warsaw, and TriGranit on development and construction of a new railway station and the adjacent shopping mall in Poznań.
During his professional career, Piotr has also advised on a large number of high profile M&A transactions. His experience in this field includes advising Rabobank on its investment in Bank Gospodarki Zywnościowej S.A., Société Générale on the acquisition of Eurobank S.A. and Sara Lee/DE on the acquisition of Prima S.A.
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