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Marcin Słota is a banking and finance lawyer based in Warsaw.
He focuses his practice on project finance transactions and banking regulatory issues.
Prior to joining the firm in May 2020, Marcin trained in the banking and finance team of leading law firms in Warsaw.
- Graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration - Jagellonian University
- Further studies at the School of American Law, organized by the Jagellonian University in Kraków in cooperation with the Catholic University of America.
- Trainee advocate 2021
- The club of Polish banks consisting of mBank S.A. and Santander Bank Polska S.A. - on the development financing of R. Power's 121 MWp PV installations in Poland. The financing was provided to 44 project companies from the R. Power group – a leader in the photovoltaics sector in Poland with 20 percent market share. The complex transaction was based on the project finance formula relying on the Polish support scheme for PV energy installations.
- A consortium of leading Polish and international banks consisting of BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A., PKO Bank Polski S.A., Siemens Bank GmbH, Bank Millennium S.A., ING Bank Śląski S.A., Bank Pekao S.A. and Bank Ochrony Środowiska S.A. - on a new term and revolving facilities agreement amounting to a total of PLN 615m (with additional optional incremental facility of up to PLN 100m) granted to CARGOUNIT. The funds were used, inter alia, to finance the acquisition of environmentally friendly electric locomotives and modernisation of the companies shunters' fleet. The team negotiated complex financial documentation including intercreditor arrangements and advised on the hedging strategy related to the financing.