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Dr. Maximilian Findeisen, Partner

Dr. Maximilian Findeisen




German, English, French

Practice areas

  • Commercial agreements
  • Corporate
  • Energy and infrastructure
  • Executive employment issues
  • Industrials
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Real estate sector

Practice notes

Max is Co-Head of our Dusseldorf office and partner in our Corporate M&A product group.

Since 2006, he has advised clients on multiple complex and innovative transactions and projects with a particular focus on diversified industries, life sciences and the energy sector. His clients include domestic as well as international private and institutional investors, family offices and industrial companies.

Most of his work is across borders and jurisdictions. He supports his clients in particular with respect to share deals and asset deals, both on buy-side and sell-side, as well as with respect to joint ventures and club deals. In addition to his M&A expertise, he has comprehensive experience in corporate law and advises clients on questions of corporate governance and corporate compliance.

Max regularly publishes on current corporate law and M&A issues and acts as speaker at M&A conferences.

He is recommended for M&A by Legal 500 in Germany as well as Best Lawyers and JUVE Handbook both of which also recommend him for corporate law. Furthermore, Maximilian is recommended for Compliance by WirtschaftsWoche.

Max‘s recent experience includes:

  • Listed nutritionals company on acquisition of majority stake in producer of energy drinks
  • US industrial on acquisition of subsidiary of listed German industrial conglomerate
  • German listed med-tech company on acquisitions in Sweden and Switzerland
  • NASDAQ-listed German pharma company on AGM and matters of corporate law
  • Shell on the acquisition of eMobility provider ubitricity group
  • EG Group on the acquisition of KMS Autohof Gruppe
  • Entrepreneur on sale of Saracus group to private equity investor Maxburg
  • Nuveen Real Estate on share deal for sale of „Erlangen Arcaden“ shopping centre to ECE
  • Avenir on its proposed acquisition of the LNG business from Linde Praxair
  • Montanhydraulik group on several buy- and sell-side M&A transactions in USA, Canada, Italy and Netherlands

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