Freshfields helps draft German state bank law
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has advised the German Government on a draft law which could temporarily allow it to nationalise stricken banks. The magic circle law firm took the lead role alongside German leader Hengeler Mueller. Freshfields global head of corporate Andreas Fabritius advised the German finance ministry on the draft law, with a team co-led by fellow Frankfurt-based corporate partner Gunnar Schuster and Berlin-based regulatory partner Benedikt Wolfers.The Hengeler team, instructed by the German interior ministry, was led by Berlin-based partners Stefan Richter (corporate) and Wolfgang Spoerr (regulatory).
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