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Financing expert Stefan Schramm joins Eversheds Sutherland

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    22-05-2018

    Eversheds Sutherland expands its Banking & Finance team in Germany: Since mid-May, Dr. Stefan Schramm supports the law firm as a Partner. Before joining Eversheds Sutherland, he worked for Simmons & Simmons where he headed the German Banking practice group.

    Stefan is specialised in advising clients on the granting and restructuring of national and international real estate, corporate (including acquisition), project and asset financing as well as structured financing. In this context, he advises both lenders and borrowers. In the area of real estate financing, he mainly advises banks on the financing of and private equity investors on the acquisition and financing of commercial and residential property.

    "We are glad that we could win Stefan Schramm over to join our financing team", says Dr. Alexander Niethammer who heads the Company Commercial practice group at Eversheds Sutherland in Germany. He adds: "With his extensive practical experience, he will make an important contribution to further expanding our expertise in the financial advising of banks, investors and companies."

    Stefan Schramm explains:

    "Within a very short period, Eversheds Sutherland developed an ever stronger market profile. The international network of the law firm as well as the outstanding real estate and industry expertise are an excellent platform for my business and I look forward to working together with my new colleagues."

    Dr. Matthias Heisse, Managing Partner of Eversheds Sutherland in Germany, adds:

    "With Stefan Schramm, we will be able to continue our successful growth in strategically important areas. I am very pleased that such a recognised expert joined our team who, with his strong real estate financing practice, ideally complements an important area of our law firm."

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