Kinga Duszyk

Associate, Warsaw

Biography

Overview

Kinga Duszyk focuses on debt financing and capital markets regulatory issues. She advises clients in credit financing transactions as well as regulatory processes. She also provides legal support in connection with transaction documentation and other necessary corporate documentation. She is experienced in providing legal assistance in both domestic and cross-border transactions.

Prior to joining White & Case, Kinga gained experience in the Warsaw offices of several leading international law firms.

Bars and Courts
Advocate trainee, Regional Bar Chamber in Warsaw
Education
Master of Arts
Warsaw University, Faculty of Law and Administration
University of Warsaw

Centre of British and European Law Studies

Languages
Polish
English

Experience

GLP: representation of GLP, a leading international company specializing in investments in the logistics sector, in connection with the transfer of its portfolio companies to a fund, including the sale of 100% of the shares in the PropCos. As it was a transfer to a fund managed by GLP, our role was to advise both the seller and the buyer on the transactional and financing aspects of the deal in Poland.

Real estate asset managers: representation of one of the world's leading real estate asset managers, in connection with the representation in restructuring proceedings before the insolvency authorities and legal advice on the leasing of commercial premises. We also assist in contacting the relevant authorities and in the process of debt recovery.

mBank S.A.: representation of mBank S.A. in connection with the update of the bonds issue program of Okam Capital up to PLN 100 million.

Cavatina Holding S.A.: representation of Cavatina Holding S.A. on the establishment of a bond issue program of up to PLN 200 million organized by a consortium of banks consisting of Santander Bank Polska S.A. and PKO Bank Polski S.A. The bonds under the program were offered to qualified investors by way of an prospectus-exempt public offering and are subject to listing in the alternative trading system organized by the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

TFI PZU S.A.: representation of Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych PZU S.A. in connection with the issue of series A secured bonds of Matexi Polska Holding & Finance sp. z o.o. under a bond issuance program of up to PLN 100 million. The Matexi Group is Belgium's largest residential development group, with branches in Belgium, Luxembourg and Poland for more than 75 years.

mBank S.A.: representation of mBank S.A. in connection with the issuance of domestic convertible bonds within a bond issue program of Sokołów S.A.

GLP: Representation of GLP in connection with the transfer of its portfolio companies to a fund, including the sale of 100% of the shares in the PropCos. As it was a transfer to a fund managed by GLP, our role was to advise both the seller and the buyer on the transactional and financing aspects of the deal in Poland.

GLP Europe: representation of GLP Europe, a leading international logistics, real estate, infrastructure and finance investment management firm, in connection with a €85 million loan agreement to refinance a portfolio of logistics assets in Poland. The portfolio comprises four A-class logistics parks composed of nine new buildings located at major arterial junctions in Poland: Warsaw Bronisze, Rzeszów, Łódź West and Łódź East. The financing was provided by Aareal Bank AG. The transaction was directly related to an M&A transaction involving the same portfolio of logistics assets, also advised on by White & Case.

mBank S.A.: representation of mBank S.A. in connection with the issue of bonds of Develia S.A. under the bond issuance program up to PLN 400 million.

Norddeutsche Landesbank and EKF: representation of Norddeutsche Landesbank and EKF Denmark's Export Agency in connection with the Polish law aspects of granting a loan to Janikowo GP GmbH sp. k. for financing construction of the wind farm “Park Wiatrowy Janikowo” near Inowrocław, Poland, comprising 30 turbines with a total capacity of 60 MW.