Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has appointed Munich partner and former Head of Munich, Dr Maren Stölting, as its new Head of Real Estate in Germany and EMEA Co-Head of Real Estate
She succeeds Dr Stefan Feuerriegel, who held the position of German Head of Real Estate since 2017 and is now focusing on his new role as Head of Germany, which he assumed on January 1, 2021. She joins Dan Wagerfield, a real estate partner in London, as Co-Head of Real Estate EMEA.
Dr Maren Stölting commented:
"I am looking forward to leading the successful German Norton Rose Fulbright real estate practice and, together with a strong team, to accompany it on its next stage of development. In conjunction with my new role as Co-Head of Real Estate EMEA, I also look forward to further strengthening the practice internationally on a European level."
Dr Stefan Feuerriegel, Head of Germany, commented:
"Maren Stölting's many years of experience and positive track record in the national and international real estate practice will help us to further expand and develop our Real Estate practice, which is already one of the most active in the market. Norton Rose Fulbright is committed to fostering diversity throughout the partnership and amongst leadership, and Maren joins many talented and accomplished women as leaders at our firm.
Dan Wagerfield, Global Head and EMEA Co-Head of Real Estate, added:
“Germany is a key jurisdiction for the firm’s real estate work. Our German real estate team has an outstanding reputation, and Maren has been an instrumental part of that for many years. I am delighted to be working alongside Maren on the future of our award-winning EMEA real estate practice as we look towards further growth in this sector.”
After studying law at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Maren Stölting started as an associate at Norton Rose Fulbright in 2004, where she has now been working as an attorney for 17 years, primarily in the Corporate and Real Estate practice. Since 2013, she has led the team in Munich as a partner for real estate law, and from 2017 onwards she was also Head of Office of the Munich office.