Julia specialises in financial, banking and commercial law. She advises banks and other financial institutions on domestic and international financing transactions, in particular on financing transactions for investment projects in the renewable energy sector. She also advises on debt restructuring transactions. She drafts and negotiates financing documentation and any required collateral documentation. She conducts due diligence analyses of business entities and financial institutions, particularly in connection  with assets deal and share deals.

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  • Master’s degree in Law, University of Warsaw
  • School of British and European Law organised by the University of Cambridge


  • English
  • German
  • Spanish

Selected projects

  • Advising Baltic Power, a JV company owned by the ORLEN Group and Northland Power, on the first offshore wind farm financing transaction in Poland, consisting of 76 wind turbines with a capacity of 15 MW each. EUR 4.7 bn in financing was provided by 25 international and local financial institutions, including Polish and international commercial banks, export credit agencies (ECAs) and other financial institutions, including the European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Euler Hermes, the Danish Export and Investment Fund and Export Development Canada
  • Advising Better Energy on refinancing the construction costs of a portfolio of 5 photovoltaic farms in Poland with a total capacity of 237 MW. The farms and were realised through five Polish SPVs. Funding in the form of a EUR 65 mln loan was provided by AP Pension, Denmark’s main pension fund
  • Advising UAB “Atsinaujinančios energetikos investicijos” on financing the construction of 36 photovoltaic farms with a total capacity of 67.7 MWp. by Bank Pekao
  • Advising Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK) on financing an investment implemented by Eco Raven in Kostrzyn nad Odrą consisting in the construction and operation of a combined heat and power (CHP) plant with an electric turbine-generator capacity of 7 MW and a thermal capacity of 26 MWt fired by wood waste (biomass). The project is worth PLN 100 mln and is co-financed by European funds under a grant from the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management
  • Advising mBank on financing Opal CF’s acquisition of Centrum Franowo, a shopping centre in Poznań, from the seller Ingka Centres Polska