Martin Stančík specialises in banking, finance and capital markets.
In the area of banking, finance and capital markets, Martin focuses
primarily on the regulatory aspects of the provision of financial services,
including licensing procedures before the Czech National Bank, and debt
He also has experience in participating in legal due diligence, drafting and revising business contracts, and preparing legal analyses.
Prior to joining our law firm as an associate in 2018, Martin worked at the Prague office of the international law firm Squire Patton Boggs where he developed practical experience in debt financing, insolvency proceedings and contract law, and at the Prague office of the international law firm CMS Cameron McKenna.
Membership in professional associations
Czech Bar Association
Languages Czech, English
Masaryk University, Faculty of Law, Brno (2016), JUDr. (Doctor of Laws)
Masaryk University, Faculty of Law, Brno (2015), Mgr. (Master’s degree)
Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Brno (2014), Bc. (Bachelor’s degree)
legal advice to Czech companies and branches of foreign companies in connection with the grant of licences for operating as non-bank consumer loan providers
legal advice to a foreign bank in connection with modifications to the banking services provided in the Czech Republic
legal advice to a foreign insurance company in connection with modifications to the insurance services provided in the Czech Republic
legal advice to a Czech bank on export financing of aircraft and aeronautic equipment supplied to Mauritius
legal advice to a Czech bank on obtaining financing for development and operation of shopping malls in Russia
legal advice to a Czech bank on insolvency proceedings relating to the construction of a power plant in Turkey
legal advice to the buyer on the acquisition of a manufacturing complex in the Czech Republic
legal advice to the seller on the sale of a shopping mall in the Czech Republic
involvement in a legal due diligence of a Czech manufacturing company
legal advice to Czech companies and branches of foreign companies in the Czech Republic on labour-law matters, including disputes with employees
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