June 15, 2020

DACH M&A 2020: a year of crisis examined

In partnership with FINANCE Think Tank (content available in German only)

On-demand webinar

 

2020 has been an extraordinary year for M&A.

What's happened so far in the DACH region? And, what’s next? Our panel of M&A experts will examine the forces behind market drag and recovery, to provide you with a bit more perspective as we navigate this time of uncertainty.

Panel:

  • Bastian Frien, Managing Director, FINANCE Think Tank Corporate Banking & Finance (Moderator)
  • Dr. Andreas Hoger, Partner, Hengeler Müller
  • Moritz von Bodman, Managing Director, GCA Altium
  • Jürgen Zapf, Co-Head Germany & Head of German Transaction Advisory Group, Alvarez & Marsal
  • Dr. Sven Oleownik, Partner / Head of Germany, Gimv
  • Markus Schiller, Head of DACH, CEE & CIS, Datasite

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