Our financial experts advise on banking and finance as well as international finance structures based on a deep understanding of finance transactions. We advise on the borrower / issuer side as well as on the lender / investor side. We have advised banks, debt funds, financial services companies, investment funds, local and international companies, real estate investment trusts, alternative capital providers, family offices, fintech companies and blockchain ventures.
Our expertise covers the areas of structured finance, asset based lending, debt capital markets and non-performing loan transactions. In particular, we are well acquainted with the regulatory issues and hurdles the financial sector has to face. Our long-standing relationships with regulatory authorities, especially in Germany, enables us to solve our clients’ compliance issues.
The financial sector is undergoing a profound change given the digital revolution. This already affects and will increasingly affect nearly all financial structures and transactions. We support our clients in the transformational change to a digital economy.
At DWF, we are committed to becoming one of the leading law firms for the regulatory challenges associated with blockchain applications, distributed ledger technologies and crypto currencies.
Guidance with respect to the legal implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for your business processes in Germany.
Michael Falter examines how hotels and restaurants are entitled to compensation during the coronavirus crisis.
The Berlin Senate, on 22 October 2019 decided to introduce legislation to stop the rental price development for residential properties in Berlin for a period of five years.
Global legal business DWF has appointed Linda Fu to lead its London based China Desk.
DWF's Cologne event provided a forum to explore the consequences of new technologies such as 3D printing.
Court of Appeals Berlin, decision of 29.09.2018 – (4) 161 Ss 28/18 (35/18) published in German under: www.gerichtsentscheidungen.berlin-brandenburg.de