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Taking the stock exchange by storm – software house on its way to NewConnect

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The first M&A Academy meeting, during which lawyers from the Ślązak, Zapiór i Wspólnicy - Katarzyna Stabińska and Bartosz Olszewski will talk with Konrad Weiske and Wojciech Bodnaruś from SpyroSoft about the path that led them to New Connect.

 

Date: April 9th at 11.30 AM

The meeting will be held in Polish

Free Registration: https://app.evenea.pl/event/835626-88/

 

Agenda:
- goals that Spyrosoft wants to achieve on NewConnect,
- benefits of being on the stock exchange,
- costs of the IPO process,

- the impact of entering the stock exchange on the management of the company and everything related to the introduction of shares to regulated trading. 

 

Speakers:

Konrad Weiske - manager with extensive experience, co-founder and president of Spyrosoft S.A. 

Since 2002, he has been working in the IT industry, gaining his first experience in Germany, Great Britain, and Poland, working for such giants as IBM, Microsoft, and Nokia.
After several years of career on the board of one of the largest Polish software houses, he decided to start his own business. In 2016, Spyrosoft was founded, the creation of which was accompanied by an idée fixe with a unique work environment, engaging the best specialist in the most interesting projects and technological challenges. 

From September 2018, Konrad, as vice-president of SoDA (Software Development Association Poland), works for the development and the public sector. 

 

Wojciech Bodnaruś - associated with the IT industry since 2008. He started his career at SMT Software Services, where he was a financial controller, and then - CFO.
To Spyrosoft S.A. he joined in 2017, taking the position of Chief Financial Officer, as well as a board member in two companies of the group: Sprosoft S.A. and Spyrosoft Solutions. Wojciech supervises the group’s financial liquidity, financial operations as well as budget planning and implementation. His area of responsibility also includes the legal aspects of companies. 

 

Katarzyna Stabińska - lawyer and partner in the Ślązak, Zapiór i Partnerzy Law Office with which she has been associated for over 10 years, and since 2016 as a partner. She manages the practice of mergers and acquisitions. Her professional interests focus on issues related to commercial law, capital markets law, and restructuring law. She has coordinated numerous legal due diligence studies. She participated in the processes of raising capital: debt capital, private equity, and capital markets. She has advised on joint venture projects.
She coordinates legal advice for capital groups, private companies, and companies with State Treasury shareholding, enterprises with Polish and foreign capital, and public companies - from various industries related mainly to the electromechanical industry, mining, transport as well as IT and new technologies.
Head of the Law and Grants Committee of the SoDA IT Service Employers’ Organization.

A graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Silesia in Katowice. A Socrates/Erasmus scholarship holder at the University of Leipzig (Leipziger Universität). She participated in Postgraduate Studies in Capital Market Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Warsaw. 

 

Bartosz Olszewski - lawyer in the Ślązak, Zapiór i Partnerzy Law Office, with which he has been associated for 7 years. A specialist in the field of restructuring and reorganization of companies and capital groups. Legal advisor to commercial entities, in particular in the field of negotiating key contracts and legal protection of the client’s legal interests in the area of commercial disputes. Legal advice is also provided to foreign entities implementing their investment strategies in Poland. 

He has many years of experience in the area of restructuring and reorganization of companies and capital groups as part of investment processes carried out with the participation of investment funds and special purpose vehicles, both from the perspective of the investor, founder, or manager, also with the participation of start-ups, as well as M&A and acquisition projects, share deal and asset deal. 

He also has experience in obtaining debt financing as part of the bond issue program and the superior lending program with the participation of a consortium of financial institutions, entity transformations of entrepreneurs, and the preparation of succession plans and legal gue diligence audits. 

He represents partners and managers of companies that incorporate conflicts.

A graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. 

 

A graduate of the School of American Law course co-organized by the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. He is fluent in English and knows the English-language legal nomenclature.