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Mateusz Ordyk Moves from PWC Legal to Deloitte Legal in Poland

Mateusz Ordyk Moves from PWC Legal to Deloitte Legal in Poland

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Former PWC Legal Counsel Mateusz Ordyk has joined Deloitte Legal in Warsaw as Partner.

Deloitte Legal describes Ordyk as "a legal advisor and a certified compliance officer." according to the firm, "he specializes in the law of financial and capital markets, in particular focusing on innovative regulatory solutions based on modern technologies. He has extensive experience in offering investment products and in projects related to raising capital (investment funds, REIT, crowdfunding / investing, ICO / STO, public offers)."

Before joining Deloitte Legal Ordyk spent eight and a half years at PWC Legal, six years at Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka, and three and a half years in-house with Pekao Leasing Sp.

“Mateusz’s extensive experience with the current challenges faced by financial institutions, including FinTech, is directly responsive to the critical needs of our clients and will accelerate significantly the already rapid development of Deloitte Legal’s service offering,” commented Deloitte Legal Partner Zbigniew Korba. “He has hit the ground running and is already delivering impressive client solutions — and that’s what we are all about.”

“Being a part of Deloitte Legal Poland as a partner will allow me the opportunity to continue to be active in the dynamic Polish financial market on an even larger scale in the many international and innovative projects regularly engaged in by our first-rate and standard setting Banking & Finance team,” said Ordyk. “As a legal tech and work efficiency enthusiast, Deloitte is also a natural platform for my clients and me. We are simply well ahead of our competition in these very important areas which will clearly define the winners in the future of legal practices.”

Ordyk graduated from Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin in 2002.


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