Jan Krupski is a counsel in our Banking & Finance practice. He assists clients with all types of leveraged finance, capital markets and regulatory matters including securitisation transactions, structured financial products, derivatives and related regulatory matters, international credit structures, debt and equity capital markets and listing regulations.
Jan advises and represents major international banks and other financial institutions and clearing houses as well as corporate issuers. He has extensive experience working on cross-border transactions in a wide variety of jurisdictions, including Germany, Canada, the United States, England, the Netherlands, France and Belgium.
Prior to joining NautaDutilh, Jan practiced for several years in the Canadian and German offices of other international law firms, where he focused on general corporate, equipment, aviation and project finance as well as securitisation transactions. He has also worked at NautaDutilh's Rotterdam and Amsterdam offices and headed the firm's Luxembourg Desk in London.
Jan holds law degrees from McGill University (LL.M. (Hons), 1999), the Free University of Berlin (B.C.L (Hons), 1997) and Pierre Mendès-France University (1993). He also holds an Executive MBA from both the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management.
Jan has authored several articles on cross-border asset and receivables financing, focusing on conflict-of-laws issues and the work of Unidroit, UNCITRAL and other players in international commercial and secured transactions law. He is a recipient of NautaDutilh's Paul Storm Award.
He is admitted to the Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Quebec Bars. He is fluent in English, German, French and Spanish.