B2RLaw builds out Finance Practice with the hire of Filip Badziak02/09/2020
B2RLaw has hired Filip Badziak as a Counsel to its Finance Practice. Filip is a specialist in transactional banking, finance and advisory on all sorts of B2B lending, debt restructuring and collateral agreements. He has advised both lenders and borrowers for well over 10 years in M&A related leveraged financings, and real estate and infrastructure (development and acquisition) financing.
He has also advised on governmental support debt instruments and debt restructuring matters. He particularly specializes in LMA standard financing.
He has a wealth of experience with regards both domestic and multi-jurisdiction cross-border transactions. Filip is a leading authority with regards real estate and infrastructure finance, advising lenders, borrowers and investors in single and multi-asset financings. He has advised on all types of real estate and infrastructure finance transactions with respect to the whole suite of asset classes including projects concerning office buildings, hotels and resorts, sports facilities, shopping centers, mixed-use developments, industrial and research complexes, warehouses, multifamily residential projects, energy and transport projects.
Filip gained his professional experience at, amongst others, boutique law firms in Bulgaria and Spain before working with DLA Piper, PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal, Deloitte Legal and Polish law firm Crido Legal, where he established and was the head of the ranked banking and finance practice for over 3 years.
B2RLaw Senior Partner Rafał Zięba comments, “We welcome Filip to the team at B2RLaw. Banking & Finance is a key practice area for any law firm wishing to provide a full-scope service to clients, and we are very pleased to have Filip on board. Filip brings an abundance of experience and his combination with George Havaris, as senior members of the Finance Practice, means that our clients are in excellent hands. I especially look forward to working with Filip serving the finance needs of the real estate market”.