Provided by Lech Giliciński
Lech Gilicinski is a member of the banking & finance practice and heads the office's insolvency and restructuring practice. He also acts as regional coordinator for Restructuring, Insolvency and Distressed Investments at Wolf Theiss. Lech brings to clients almost 30 years of professional experience, focusing on financial restructurings, distressed asset sales and private equity.
Lech was legal adviser to the Minister of Justice and EBRD in the process of implementing the Polish Bankruptcy and Rehabilitation Law of 2003. He is also the World Bank’s country partner in Poland in the area of insolvency and restructuring. In particular, he was the main consultant of the World Bank for the report “Poland: Towards a Stronger Insolvency Framework” for the Polish government upon commencement of work on the restructuring bill and amendments of the insolvency and rehabilitation law.
Lech is President of the Polish Association of Restructuring Professionals as well as a member of Insol Europe and Insol International. He has been listed by major legal directories as one of the leading restructuring and insolvency lawyers in Poland for many years.
Lech Giliciński of Wolf Theiss is a notable figure in the Polish restructuring market. He has experience representing an array of domestic and foreign clients in matters concerning refinancing and insolvency. He is known in the market for his "solution-based approach," One client also enjoys working with him due to his "familiarity with the requirements of international lenders."