Marcin Plonka is an advocate and an associate in the corporate department of the Warsaw office of Weil.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow in 2011. He also completed the European Master in Law and Economics Programme at Hamburg University and received an LL.M. from such university in 2012; that same year he received a Master’s degree from The University of Bologna. Marcin also studied at Tilburg University (2010 to 2011), where he completed advanced courses in banking and securities regulations and international business law. Prior to joining Weil in 2013, Marcin worked for a Polish law firm based in Krakow. He qualified as advocate and was admitted to practice in 2016.
A specialist in commercial and corporate law, with a focus on capital markets and corporate governance, Marcin has advised issuers in connection with public offerings and bonds offerings and has participated in M&A, private equity and capital markets projects.
Marcin was named one of Poland’s “best young talents” in the 2016 edition of the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland’s “30 Under 30” program, which focused on promoting the “top, brightest, most talented and promising young professionals” in the country.
Marcin is fluent in English and conversant in German.