Adam Wilgus joined Colliers International in mid-2019 as an Investment Analyst in the CEE Corporate Finance Group. Adam concentrates of pre-investment analysis, financial modelling, preparation of information memoranda, feasibility studies, underwriting support, commercial due diligence. Adam’s responsibilities include financial and commercial analysis on student housing, co-living, residential, data centres, office, retail, mixed use, warehouse projects and other non-real estate companies.
His previous professional experience includes work for a private equity firm Resource Partners as an Associate where he was working on acquisition of one consumer services company and assisted in 2 other buy-out transactions. Adam was also a Senior Analyst at Credit Suisse in Investment Banking Operations.
Deal team on acquisition of Maczfit Foods.
Support team on Golpasz and Torf Corporation (Tołpa) acquisitions.
MSc, European Business and Finance, Nottingham Business School
BA, Finance and Accounting, University of Economics in Katowice
Memberships & Involvements
Adam is a member of Young Leaders Group in Urban Land Institute in Poland.
Dorota Wysokińska-Kuzdra spent 11 years as Senior Partner at Griffin Real Estate, where she was responsible for the Group’s management and investments, including the first mezzanine fund operating in Poland. Before joining Griffin, for over 10 years, she held director positions in the HypoVereinsbank/ UniCredit Group, and also in their subsidiaries, being responsible for real estate investment banking and real estate finance.
Dorota joined Colliers in 2018 as the Head of newly created Corporate Finance | CEE Department, which she has built from scratches. and currently she holds position of Senior Partner. Under her supervision, activity of the department covers the whole CEE region in assets of all types, providing Clients with comprehensive support in establishing investment platforms, fundraising, strategic consulting and financial modelling, corporate debt finance and all other forms of capital requirements across all asset classes.