Martin Vojtko 

Associate – London
T.+44 (0) 20 7170 8542
100 Bishopsgate
London EC2N 4AG
United Kingdom V-CARD

Martin Vojtko is an associate in Cadwalader’s London Fund Finance Group.

Martin focuses on fund finance, advising both lenders and sponsors on a variety of fund products, including subscription facilities, NAV-based facilities and hybrid facilities. In addition, he has extensive experience in a broad range of Banking & Finance transactions, including leveraged finance, project finance, general corporate financing as well as Capital Markets, including structured finance.

Prior to joining Cadwalader, Martin worked for The World Bank and The European Investment Fund, where he led the investor’s side of many innovative and award-winning transactions. Before that, Martin worked for a magic circle law firm and its spin-off in Central Europe.

Martin is the author and main editor of several leading practitioner’s guides to ‘Banking & Finance’ and ‘Capital Markets’ in Central Europe. He is also a guest lecturer at several universities including the University of Cambridge and a frequent speaker at leading industry conferences across Europe.  

In addition to his transaction based work, Martin is an arbitrator at the Vienna International Arbitral Centre, with specialisation in Banking & Finance arbitration.

Articles and publications

  • C. H. Beck; ‘Capital Markets - A practitioner’s guide’; (2023), main author and editor.
  • C. H. Beck; ‘Banking & Finance - A practitioner’s guide’; Volume I and Volume II (2021), main author and editor.
  • C. H. Beck; ‘Innovation and Trends in M&A’; (2020), co-author of a book chapter on ‘Acquisition Finance’.
  • Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation; (2018), Vol. 33, Issue 11; co-author ‘The European Journey of Alternative Lenders’.
  • Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation; (2017), Vol. 32 Issue 7; co-author ‘Simple, Transparent and Standardised Synthetic Securitisations - The Next Step Ahead?’


  • Slovakia (non-practising)


  • University of Cambridge
    Masters, Law and Finance (First Class)
  • Charles University
    Doctorate, Law
  • Comenius University
    Masters, Law