At the Impact’17 Conference, Radzym Wojcik moderated a panel discussion about VC investments (including FinTech) with a very strong line-up, featuring Nenad Marovac (DN Capital, London); Daniel Star (Pitango Ventures, Warsaw / Israel), Michael Steunkel (Lakestar, Hong Kong), Andrew Romans (Rubicon Venture Capital, San Francisco & New York) and Marek Dietl (CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange)
Impact’17 was held in Krakow, Poland from 31 May to 1 June 2017.
Radzym Wójcik is an associate in the Firm’s Warsaw office and a member of the Mergers & Acquisitions group. He routinely works on corporate acquisitions and disposals, and advises foreign companies in their investments in Poland as well as Polish companies in their expansion in foreign markets.
Jakub Falkowski is an associate in the IP/IT department of Baker McKenzie, Warsaw. He has been involved in several IT transactions and arbitration proceedings. Mr. Falkowski regularly advises on technology and outsourcing transactions and counsels companies in the media and technology sectors on digital media issues.
Our lawyers sum up what the Ghosts in the Machine report findings tell us should happen in the next five years to ensure the benefits of artificial intelligence come to fruition without posing systemic risk.
David Brimacombe is a Consultant to Baker McKenzies' Global Financial Institutions Group. He spent much of his career at Standard Chartered Bank where he held a number of senior roles including Group Head of Legal, Group Company Secretary, Group Head of Dispute Resolution and Head of Legal & Compliance & Regulatory Risk for EMEA.