Since December 1, 2017 Alexander M. Wojtek (41), LL. M., is a partner in the Capital Markets & Banking division of Law firm Luther.
Since December 1, 2017 Alexander M. Wojtek (41), LL. M., is a partner in the Capital Markets & Banking division of Law firm Luther. Most recently, he worked in the Hamburg office of Watson Farley & Williams in the Banking & Finance Group.
Alexander M. Wojtek specialises in project financing and structured finance. He advises on national and international project and acquisition financing, in particular on the financing of offshore and onshore wind farms, solar parks and infrastructure projects. At Luther's Hamburg and Frankfurt offices, he will also contribute in restructuring of complex structured finance operations and in national and cross-border securitisation transactions. His previous clients included banks, financial institutions, PE funds and borrowers as well as sponsors and developers in the field of renewable energies.
“Luther offers me an excellent environment in which I will further expand my knowhow in main areas of expertise, especially in project finance. I am very pleased to be part of the team,” said Alexander M. Wojtek on his move.
Dr. Jörgen Tielmann, Head of Capital Markets & Banking at Luther: “We are delighted to be working with an experienced colleague to further expand our expertise in project finance. This enables us to create considerable added value for our clients, especially in combination with the expertise of our energy law team.”
About the person
Alexander M. Wojtek has been admitted to the bar since 2008. After graduating, he worked for Clifford Chance in structured finance, focusing on asset securitisation and the restructuring of complex structured finance operations. He also worked as a secondment manager for the Global Restructuring Group of the Royal Bank of Scotland in Frankfurt am Main. Since 2011 he has supported the Hamburg office of Watson Farley & Williams as Senior Associate.
Alexander M. Wojtek studied law at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau and holds a Master's degree in law (LL. M.) from the Duke University School of Law. He completed his legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg. Alexander M. Wojtek has both German and US citizenship.