Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has appointed Grzegorz Dyczkowski, the head of its Warsaw banking and finance team, as managing partner of the Warsaw office. Grzegorz succeeds Piotr Strawa, the founder of Warsaw office of Norton Rose Fulbright who has served as managing partner since 2000.
Regarding his new role, Grzegorz said: “I’m honoured to be appointed to the role of managing partner of Norton Rose Fulbright in Poland. With the support of my colleagues, we will continue to establish our practice as a leader in several areas of law: banking and finance, M&A and corporate and real estate. Together with our Warsaw lawyers and by collaborating with other offices worldwide, we will enhance our reputation, nationally and globally, as a prominent law firm. I would like to thank Piotr Strawa for his contribution to the success of Norton Rose Fulbright in Poland. Piotr has served as the managing partner for twenty years and, only because of his commitment and work, our law firm enjoys its present position and recognition.”
Piotr, who will continue to work with the Warsaw corporate and M&A team, commented: “Grzegorz is recognised for his experience in banking law, finance and regulated markets. Over the years with Norton Rose Fulbright, Grzegorz has established and leads a team of respected lawyers in these fields. Given his experience in management and participatory style of work, the firm’s success and development are guaranteed. I believe Grzegorz is the best candidate to head this office in the years to come.”
An attorney-at-law (radca prawny) since 1998, Grzegorz joined Norton Rose Fulbright in 2003 and was appointed a partner in 2006. By effecting a change of the managing partner, the firm is also now renamed as Norton Rose Fulbright Dyczkowski and Partners, Limited Partnership.