Anchor

Comment: In its ten years in the market, there is no instrument of insolvency advice that this firm highly recommended for insolvency administration and corporate rescue has not offered – traditional insolvency administration, self-administration in various roles and legal advice with insolvency plan expertise – even when this diversity was still a gamble. Hörmann was in demand as a trustee, e.g. in one of the year’s largest cases, Alno Group. Having expanded its litigation capacities through the young Stuttgart office, Anchor now has its sights set on operational corporate rescue. In the crisis surrounding Munich soccer club 1860 München, a partner from the new interim management company stepped up to bat – a case that also shows how quickly and flexibly Anchor can deploy its experts. Anchor is still a popular choice for former Wellensiek lawyers: Dr. Michael Flitsch in Mannheim and Lars Hinkel in Düsseldorf (previously BBL) brought their decades of experience to Anchor.
Recommended: Tobias Wahl, Dr. Christoph Herbst, Prof. Dr. Martin Hörmann, Dr. Christof Schiller.
Practice: Crisis-related advice to companies and their directors on corporate rescue options, filing for insolvency and insolvency plans; takeover of trustee and self-administration roles; insolvency administration with a focus on the south German and Niedersachsen region; litigation (legal challenges and liability) and employment-related corporate rescue; trusteeships. Separate management company. (12 equity partners, 3 salary partners, 12 associates)
Clients: ?? Paymill and Barthelmess on insolvency law and takeover of self-administration; TSV 1860 München on corporate rescue solution and insolvency prevention. Insolvency administration: Lutz Fleischwaren Group, 7 companies (Augsburg). Trustee: Alno Küchen (Hechingen).
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