“Best known for his strength in cross-border transactions involving the USA”
Mark Strauch 'is one of the few practitioners in the market able to advise extensively on US aspects of equity capital markets transactions'
Sources also greatly appreciate his 'accommodating and personal' approach to client management: 'We really got the personal touch when we were working with him. He's a very senior partner but you could ring him at midnight and he'd answer'
Another 'invaluable' lawyer at the firm, Mark Strauch, has 'made a name for himself' with 'vast experience in dealing with US aspects of international capital markets'. Clients appreciate his 'accurate and accessible' advice
The 'sharp minded' Mark Strauch is commended for his remarkable knowledge of the workings of international capital markets in Germany. He is praised for his 'commercial acumen' and is considered a 'valuable adviser'
Christoph Gleske and Mark Strauch also have 'impressive' experience in debt and equity capital market transactions
Mark Strauch takes the lead on US law aspects of the firm's capital markets mandates. He is especially recommended for equity capital markets transactions
Mark Strauch is a renowned ECM lawyer best known for his strength in cross-border transactions involving the USA. He recently formed part of the team advising Red & Black Lux on the placement of up to 4.9 million shares of Hugo Boss in an accelerated bookbuilding process
Mark Strauch works from the Frankfurt office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. He is noted for his knowledge of the US securities law aspects of cross border capital markets offerings
Recommended for Finance and US law
Author in Panasar, Boeckman (Oxford) Member State Regulation – Germany, European Securities Law
Author in Marsh-Barner, Schäfer (Dr. Otto Schmidt) Platzierung und Börsenzulassung im Ausland: Handbuch börsennotierte AG
C.H. Beck, (author) Anleihen, insbesondere High Yield Bonds: Unternehmensfinanzierung • Gesellschaftsrecht • Steuerrecht • Rechnungslegung
Schweizer, Strauch Die Insiderregulierung in den USA – Auswirkungen des STOCK ACT