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LUDWIGPALAIS, LUDWIGSTRASSE 8, 80539 MÜNCHEN, GERMANY
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Frankfurt am Main, München

Alexander Ballmann

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Work +49 (0)89 24 44 21 108
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Ashurst

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Restructuring and Special Situations Group

Position

Alexander Ballmann, M.A., MPA (Harvard) ist Partner in der globalen Restructuring and Special Situations Group in München und Frankfurt. Er verfügt über eine breite Restrukturierungspraxis, die die Beratung notleidender Unternehmen im Rahmen von Restrukturierungen sowie von Insolvenzverwaltern und insolventen Unternehmen bei der Strukturierung und Begleitung von Insolvenzverfahren umfasst. Darüber hinaus begleitet Alexander Ballmann Banken und Investoren bei NPL-Transaktionen und Distressed Investments. Zudem berät er bei Public-M&A-, Private-M&A- und Private-Equity-Transaktionen sowohl auf Käufer- als auch auf Verkäuferseite. Über Branchenexpertise verfügt er vor allem in den Sektoren Automobil, Telekommunikation, Medien und Technologie sowie Life Sciences.

Languages

Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch

Member

Mitglied bei INSOL Europe.

Education

Zweites Staatsexamen Jura und Anwaltszulassung in Deutschland (1998), Harvard University (MPA, 1996), Universität München (Erstes Staatsexamen Jura und M.A. in Politikwissenschaft, 1994).


Deutschland 2018: Restrukturierung und Insolvenz

Restrukturierung

Within: Restrukturierung

Das Münchner Büro von Ashurst LLP vertritt Investoren beim Erwerb von Unternehmen aus der Insolvenz und ist außerdem in streitigen Mandaten und der außerinsolvenzlichen Restrukturierungs- und Refinanzierungsberatung tätig. So begleitete man unter anderem eine Unternehmensberatungsgesellschaft bei der außerinsolvenzlichen Restrukturierung und beriet in einem weiteren Highlight ein Bankenkonsortium im Zusammenhang mit der Restrukturierung eines Automobilzulieferers. Man wird vorwiegend von Gläubigern, Insolvenzverwaltern, mittelständischen Unternehmen, Hedge-Fonds und Investoren mandatiert und ist fast ausschließlich grenzübergreifend tätig. Alexander Ballmann gehört ebenfalls zum Kernteam, das jedoch jüngst den Wechsel von Sebastian Schoon zu Gibson Dunn hinnehmen musste.

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