Marcin Bejm is a partner and Head of the Energy and Projects Department at CMS Poland, leading a team of 25 lawyers. He also heads the Infrastructure and Project Finance practice. He has almost 20 years’ experience in advising on transactions and projects regarding various types of infrastructure assets carried out in Poland and across the CEE region.
Marcin provides legal advice to entities involved in greenfield and brownfield investments regarding hard and social infrastructure. He has experience in advising on transactions and projects carried out in virtually all key infrastructure sectors, including airports, seaports, motorways, railways, healthcare, mass transportation, renewable energy, waste management, IT, urban regeneration, water and sewage, as well as the oil and gas sectors.
Marcin advises on:
- all types of investments into infrastructure assets, including acquisition, construction, development and revamp,
- project finance transactions,
- public-private partnerships and concessions,
- construction works contracts, O&M contracts, public service contracts, technology transfer agreements, supply contracts, and off-take agreements,
- day-to-day operations of utility companies,
- public law,
- public procurement,
- state aid.
His clients include industry sponsors, contractors, institutional investors, infrastructure funds, international financial institutions, sovereign wealth funds, developments banks, project finance banks, local governments and utility companies.
Marcin is the author of numerous legal commentaries on PPPs and concessions in Poland and is actively engaged in promoting PPP in Poland.
International legal directories recognise Marcin Bejm as the leading lawyer in Poland in projects and infrastructure, as well as one of the top-ranked legal advisors recommended for public procurement work and public law matters. The prestigious legal ranking publication Chambers & Partners has ranked Marcin as the only Band 1 lawyer for projects and infrastructure in Poland since 2015. Another prestigious legal ranking, the Legal 500, recognises him for public procurement (Leading individual) and recommends for energy and natural resources, whereas IFLR1000 singles him out as Market leader in the fields of project development and project finance in Poland.