Mateusz Zawistowski | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Mateusz Zawistowski

Associate, Warsaw

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Mateusz Zawistowski focuses on Polish and EU law, in particular with respect to energy, public and private partnerships, and state aid law as well as on banking and civil law.

Mateusz Zawistowski has participated in many projects involving the construction and financing of energy and road infrastructure.

Currently, Mateusz Zawistowski is preparing a PhD thesis on state aid in PPP projects under the supervision of prof. dr hab. Bartłomiej Nowak.


  • Master of Law, Department of Law and Administration, Warsaw University
  • PhD, EU law, Koźmiński University, (expected)


  • Polish
  • English
  • French


Bank Pekao S.A. (UniCredit): represented the bank in connection with the financing of a public-private partnership project concerning the redevelopment and maintenance of student dormitories of the Jagiellonian University Medical College in Cracow, Poland. This transaction represents the first PPP student housing project in Poland.

Bank Pekao S.A. (Unicredit): represented Bank Pekao S.A. (Unicredit) in connection with the PLN 61 million financing of the construction of a modern fly ash separation plant in Warsaw at the Siekierki cogeneration plant.

Bank Pekao S.A. (Unicredit) and Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego: represented Bank Pekao S.A. and BGK in connection with financing in the amount of USD 210 mln and PLN 80 mln for Lotos Petrobaltic S.A. for the exploitation of a petroleum deposit in the Baltic Sea.

Advice to an operator of wind farms in connection with a planned sale of a portfolio of wind farm projects.

Advice to a concessionaire in connection with a project financed using a project finance structure and comprising the adoption of an existing motorway to the standards of a paid motorway as well as ongoing legal advice relating to the operation of the motorway and the performance of the concession agreement.

Bank Pekao S.A. (UniCredit Group): represented the bank in connection with the refinancing of debt of a leading surface materials manufacturer in Poland.

Advised a number of Polish banks, branches of foreign banks and branches of credit institutions in the scope of various regulatory obligations in Poland concerning banking secrecy, personal data protection, combatting money laundering and miscellaneous issues connected with supervision by the Polish Financial Supervisory Commission.