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Welcome to JP Weber

For  over  15 years,  JP  Weber  has  been  supporting  international  investors  in  their M&A projects, restructuring processes and other Poland based investment - related  operations  as  well  as  their  day-to-day  tax  and  legal  dealings.  We  employ  over  60 investment  and  tax  advisors  as  well  as  lawyers  who  provide  services  to  Clients  at  our  Wrocław  and Warsaw offices. From office in Berlin we support Polish companies in their international expansion.  

We have a pleasure to invite you to become acquainted with our team, our experience and our approach. 

Sector Report
Economic Sectors of Wroclaw and Lower Silesia - Mechanical Engineering
Driven By Knowledge
Investment attractiveness of the Wroclaw Agglomeration more
New report on UK’s competitiveness after Brexit, prepared by Eight International more
Eight International
Eight International is a reputed international alliance of 8 member firms and 13 associated firms across the globe. Eight International is active in more than 20 countries. The 8 member firms account for more than 1.000 professionals, including 55 partner more
The Code of Good Restructuring Practice more

Latest News

JP Weber advises PFI Future Consortium on the Nautilus Gdańsk project

On 23 April 2018, the agreement was signed between the Consortium of PFI Future S.A. and Arena Gdańsk Sp. z o.o. on a PPP basis for the implementation of the Nautilus Gdańsk project. The advisor of PFI Future was JP Weber. more

Langendorf Group takeover completed by Wielton

All conditions precedent specified in the agreement signed by Wielton have been fulfilled. JP Weber team undertook as M&A advisor full representation of Wielton’s interests and provided it with comprehensive advisory on each transaction phase more

Latest articles

Tax Alert – working on amendments to the laws related to the so-called commercial property tax

The Senate has completed works on the act amending regulations related to income tax on revenues resulting from the title to a fixed asset – the so-called commercial property tax. Alteration being currently dealt with by the Parliament assumes material changes as regards the object and the subject of income tax on revenues resulting from the title of a fixed asset. more

No more hard copies of financial statements

As of 15 March 2018, companies may no longer submit hard copies of their financial statements to registry courts. In the transitional period, i.e. until 1 October 2018, financial statements may be prepared in hard copy, scanned and sent electronically. For that purpose, the Ministry of Justice has launched a dedicated system allowing for the free of charge submission of financial documents by entrepreneurs. more