Christoph Schauenburg’s practice focuses on advising lenders, borrowers and private equity investors on all aspects of banking and finance transactions. This includes the structuring, negotiation and documentation of syndicated loans, acquisition, project and real estate financings, as well as securitizations and other receivables’ financings. Furthermore, he advises on all aspects of corporate bonds as well as non-performing loans and financial restructurings.
Christoph Schauenburg was born in 1975. He studied law at the Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany, and earned an LL.M-degree from King’s College, London, England. After having completed his legal clerkship in Berlin, he was admitted to the bar in 2003. From 2003 to 2012, he worked with international law firms in Frankfurt am Main and London. He joined Luther in 2012, as a Partner in the Service Line Banking, Finance & Capital Markets. Besides German, he speaks English and French.
Christoph Schauenburg regularly lectures and publishes on banking & finance topics.