Peter Święcicki is a senior partner in our Warsaw office. His practice includes some of the largest infrastructure financings and privatizations in Central and Eastern Europe. His experience includes financings of the largest and most complex toll motorway project in Poland, as well as the main gas pipeline and one of the tallest office buildings in Central Europe.
Peter has served as an adviser to the Government of Kuwait on PPP projects, and advised on the financing of several renewable energy projects.
He has represented international companies in a wide variety of matters relating to cross-border investments including financings, acquisitions, divestitures, restructurings and governance.
As an adviser to Poland’s ministers of finance and foreign economic relations following the end of the communist era, Peter assisted in drafting foreign investment and banking reform legislation, negotiating with multilateral institutions and formulating privatization and structuring strategies for state banks, holding companies and foreign trade enterprises. Subsequently, he served on the supervisory board of one of Poland’s leading commercial banks.
He has written extensively about foreign investment in Poland and is the author of several articles relating to cross-border investment issues.
Peter’s distinctions include Chambers Europe and The Legal 500 Europe annual legal rankings.