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GNZ Legal and Dentons Advise on Financing of Polish PV Plants

GNZ Legal and Dentons Advise on Financing of Polish PV Plants

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GNZ Legal has advised WPM Mosty on a successful financing and refinancing deal with mBank for the construction of a 10 megawatt portfolio of photovoltaic projects. Dentons’ Warsaw advised mBank on the deal.

Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

WPM Mosty is a Polish construction company that was founded in 1992 and primarily focuses on bridges, wind farms, and photovoltaic power plants. 

GNZ Legal’s team included Partners Jakub Gorzelnik and Andrzej Nentwig, Junior Associate Anna Olender, and Paralegal Paulina Harhaj.

Dentons’ team consisted of Partners Mateusz Toczyski and Agnieszka Kulinska, Counsel Tomasz Zwolinski, Senior Associates Marcin Gruszka and Jan Dubinski, and Associates Katarzyna Mazur, Katarzyna Kaptur, and Filip Rucinski.

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