NOERR

Comment: This firm highly recommended in banking and bank regulatory law is growing its practice in the core fields of the German Payment Services Supervision Law and litigation. This includes the client list, to which fintech provider Joinesty and various special institutes (e.g. in securities trading) were added. Noerr is gradually bolstering personnel: the arrival of Hingst (from White & Case) in Hamburg and Martin Haisch (from Dechert), who works on the interface with tax, stand out. Noerr opened a new Hamburg office aiming to work for startups, an area where the Berlin office is already established.
Strengths: Advice on the German Payment Services Supervision Law. Interoffice and interdisciplinary cooperation, banking litigation.
Recommended: Hans Kirchner (esp. banking litigation), Dr. Torsten Fett, Dr. Jens Kunz, Prof. Dr. Dr. Kai-Michael Hingst.
Practice: Broad-based practice and extensive activity in banking disputes ( ?commercial litigation and liability). In fintech the firm profits from close ties to the Berlin office. Specialization in loan restructuring and financing ( ?bank lending and acquisition finance). Increasingly bank-related ?compliance. Advice on the interface with corporate finance and outsourcing. (15 equity partners, 2 salary partners, 1 counsel, 7 associates, 1 of counsel)
Clients: ?? Advice to: VW Financial Services on acquisition of majority stake in Logpay; all-round advice to Joinesty regarding European and German launch; Statutory Compensation Scheme of German Private Banks and Deposit Protection of the Fund Association of German Banks regarding multilateral system for payment obligations and securities within European deposit guarantee systems; 2 cooperative banks on merger; international bank against Federal Financial Supervisory Authority.
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