Magdalena Bodzioch

Senior associate, attorney at law LinkedIn

Ms Bodzioch is a graduate of the Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Law and Administration. She completed her studies with distinction, Having completed the training for attorneys at law and after passing the bar exam with the best result amongst her peers, she was registered as an attorney at law.

In addition, she graduated from the Cracow University of Economics in finance and banking as well as the School of German Law run by the Jagiellonian University in cooperation with the universities in Heidelberg and Mainz and the School of Austrian Law conducted by the Jagiellonian University in cooperation with the University of Vienna. She held a scientific scholarship at the University of Mainz in Germany. Ms Bodzioch completed an internship at the European Commission, Directorate-General for Internal Market and Services in Brussels and at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt am Main. She was a lawyer recommended in the international ranking Legal 500 (2022) in the field of banking and finance.

She specialises and practices in the field of financial markets law, including banking law and payment services law, intellectual property law and new technologies, consumer law and civil law.

Ms Bodzioch has nearly twenty years of experience in providing legal services. She has worked in many law firms and in the legal department of one of the largest Polish banks, where she coordinated the work of a team of attorneys at law providing legal services for the Bank's departments dealing with individual customers, small and medium-sized enterprises and private banking sector clients. Her professional experience includes advising on the implementation of solutions in the financial sector entities aimed at adapting their activities to the requirements resulting from the implementation of EU Directives into Polish law, participation in the implementation projects for new financial services, consultancy on brokerage house activities, consumer law, banking outsourcing, banking secrecy, personal data protection, IT implementations and advertising financial services. She has represented clients in numerous court proceedings.

She has provided services for the European Central Bank as a lawyer linguist and as an external consultant on Polish law, where she participated in consulting Polish legal acts in the legislative process.

Ms Bodzioch has authored papers on payment services, presented papers at conferences and delivered training in the field of payment services. She has lectured at the National University of Economics in Ternopil, School of Polish and European Law.

She provides services in Polish, English and German.