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Hengeler Mueller advises HENSOLDT and KKR on IPO | Hengeler Mueller News

Hengeler Mueller advises HENSOLDT and KKR on IPO

HENSOLDT AG ("HENSOLDT"), Europe’s largest electronic sensor solutions house for defence and security equipment together with its owner, a company owned by funds advised by KKR, plans its initial public offering ("IPO") and intends to apply for admission of its shares to trading on the regulated market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Prime Standard).

Hengeler Mueller advises HENSOLDT and KKR on the IPO. The team is led by Christian Schwandtner (Corporate/M&A) and Dirk Busch (Capital Markets) (both Düsseldorf) and includes partners Dirk Uwer (Regulatory), Martin Ulbrich (M&A) (both Düsseldorf), Heinrich Knepper (Financing, Frankfurt), Georg Seyfarth, Oliver Rieckers (both Corporate, both Düsseldorf), Hendrik Bockenheimer (Employment, Frankfurt) and Alf-Henrik Bischke (Antitrust, Düsseldorf), counsel Matthias Cloppenburg (Corporate, Düsseldorf) as well as associates Oda Christiane Goetzke, Katharina Hesse, Radmila Petrovic (all Corporate/M&A, Düsseldorf), Ingo Berner (Berlin), Caspar Haarmann, Matthias Marz, Eleni Melliou (all Capital Markets), Johannes Fütterer, Maximilian Hermans, Adrian Cavin (all Corporate/M&A), Carsten Bormann, Thomas Ruthemeyer (both Regulatory) (all Düsseldorf), Marius Mayer (Tax), Sonnhild Draack, Katharina Gebhardt (both Employment), Caspar Conzen and Johannes Honzen (both Real Estate) (all Frankfurt).

Hengeler Mueller is working closely together on the IPO with Best Friends law firm Bredin Prat and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett on French law as well as US law and finance-related aspects.

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