Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Eko-Okna on a PLN 1.6 billion financing made available by a consortium of Polish banks for the expansion of its activities and the development of its manufacturing plants. Clifford Chance reportedly advised the lenders.
The consortium providing the approximately EUR 357 million financing included Bank Polska Kasa Opieki, Santander Bank Polska, Powszechna Kasa Oszczednosci Bank Polski, BNP Paribas Bank Polska, and ING Bank Slaski.
Eko-Okna is a Polish joinery manufacturer located in Kornice, Slaskie voivodship, specializing in the production of PVC and aluminum window and door joinery.
The Norton Rose team included Partner Grzegorz Dyczkowski, Counsels Krzysztof Gorzelak, Marta Kawecka, and Jacek Smardzewski, Lawyers Wiktoria Jadczak and Nina Strzelczyk, and Associates Przemyslaw Piasecki, Oskar Sula, and Daniel Ksiazek.
Editor's Note: After this article was published, Clifford Chance confirmed it had advised the lenders. The firm's team included Partner Andrzej Stosio, Senior Associate Mateusz Chmura, and Junior Associates Aleksandra Bialyszewska, Aleksander Smakosz, and Krzysztof Burda.