Allen & Overy and Rymarz Zdort have advised the sponsor and shareholder of Polcom Modular on concluding a partial scheme of arrangement with a consortium of lenders through Polish-law court restructuring proceedings. Linklaters advised the lenders.
According to Allen & Overy, "in the third quarter of 2021, the partial arrangement was sanctioned by the Polish court. The scheme covered a compromise between the company and its financial creditors."
Polcom Modular is a Polish construction company, providing modular building systems and interiors for hotel brands. The company operates three manufacturing facilities in Poland, and the produced modules are being used for low-rise and high-rise buildings in Europe, on the East and West Coast of the United States, in the Caribbean, and in Canada.
The Allen & Overy team was led by Warsaw-based Partner Bartosz Merczynski and London-based Partner Kathleen Wong and included Warsaw-based Counsel Maciej Kulawik, Senior Associate Pawel Bartosiewicz, Associates Ewa Tkaczuk and Maciej Wisniewski, and London-based Associate Chong-Aik Lee.
The Linklaters team consisted of Partner Jaroslaw Miller, Counsel Adrian Horne, Managing Associate Marta Domino, Senior Associate Maciej Checinski, and Associate Michal de Bialynia Woycikiewicz.
The Rymarz Zdort team was led by Partner Magdalena Pyzik-Walag and included Partner Leszek Tokarski, Counsel Jakub Rachwol, Senior Associate Krzysztof Rembierz, and Associates Jakub Cichuta and Sebastian Mikina.
Editor's Note: After this article was published, Rymarz Zdort announced, that it had advised Polcom Group on concluding a partial scheme of arrangement with a consortium of lenders, and in its subsequent merger with Volumetric Building Companies. The firm’s team was led by Partner Magdalena Pyzik-Walag and included Partner Leszek Tokarski, Senior Associates Krzysztof Rembierz and Piotr Drzazga, and Associates Malgorzata Derus and Hubert Derdowski.