Rymarz Zdort advised borrowers controlled by a fund managed by Aberdeen Standard Investments on the prime financing of one of its photovoltaic portfolios located in Poland.
This long-term financing was provided by a consortium of Polish and international banks.
The banking team of Rymarz Zdort was led by Dr Jakub Rachwol (attorney-at-law, counsel) and included lawyers Sebastian Mikina (associate), Robert Smigielski (associate) and Patryk Gelar (associate) and was supervised by Marcin Iwaniszyn, attorney-at-law, partner and co-head of Banking and Finance at Rymarz Zdort. Marcin Iwaniszyn says: “This is in many aspects a pioneering financing and a superb example of our capabilities to advise clients on complex financings, where the high competencies of several practices are essential for providing top-class services.”
Regulatory and energy-related support was provided by partner Marek Durski, attorney-at-law, Head of Energy and Natural Resources, and included Adrian Augustyniak (attorney-at-law, associate) and lawyers Kacper Stanosz (associate), Andrzej Granat (associate). M&A aspects of the financing were handled by Jakub Krzemień (advocate, counsel), while Marek Kanczew (attorney-at-law, counsel) provided the necessary tax advice.