Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright further strengthens its German real estate practice with the hire of Dr. Hendrik Theismann. He joins the Frankfurt office as partner on August 1. Dr. Hendrik Theismann is joined by of counsel Michael Mehler. The firm also expands its regulatory team as of counsel Dr. Jan-Willem Jensen, primarily based in the Hamburg office, effective July 1. Before joining Norton Rose Fulbright he worked as “Head of Regulations & Taxes“ at PATRIZIA Immobilien AG.
Dr. Hendrik Theismann specialises in real estate transactions as part of share and asset deals and commercial tenancies. He has extensive expertise in portfolio transactions and real estate financing as well as contractual structuring relating to real estate. In addition, Hendrik is experienced in M&A and business transactions on the real estate market.
Michael Mehler advises on portfolio transactions and real estate financings as well as contracts relating to real estate. He specialises in the acquisition and sale of real estate as part of share and asset deals and commercial tenancies.
Dr. Jan-Willem Jensen joins the regulatory team in Hamburg and Frankfurt. At PATRIZIA, he advised the German and Luxembourgian AIFM platforms belonging to the Group as well as its funds and participating companies on legal and tax-related matters since 2012. He has accompanied a variety of international acquisitions and sales of different degrees of complexity. Prior to that, he was senior structuring lawyer in the real estate segment of Union Investment for three years. He mainly advises capital management companies, asset managers and investors on issues concerning licensing and organizational structuring, the selection and structuring of fund vehicles and accompanies international real estate transactions including the financing of these.
Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel, head of the German real estate practice, comments:
“Hendrik Theismann and Michael Mehler are an excellent addition to our fast-growing real estate practice and will enhance our services in the German local market, which is of great importance. We are also delighted that Jan-Willem Jensen will be joining the firm, He is another established lawyer who knows the inner structures of capital management companies and asset managers. Jan-Willem will be a genuine added value for clients”.
Dr. Oliver Sutter, head of the banking, Germany:
“With Jan-Willem on our team, we further expand our core team and can further support our clients. In particular, his in-house experience is of great value to our tailor-made and economically efficient advice both on supervisory and investment law at the interface to tax law.”
Dr. Ralf Springer, head of Germany, adds:
“With these new joiners, we significantly strengthen our advisory services and continue to follow the growth strategy of the firm in Germany. The German real estate market is in great demand, both by national and international investors. With our presence in Germany, Luxembourg and globally, we are very well prepared to successfully support all our clients.”
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Stefanie Kerschke, PR & Communications Executive Germany
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