Henning Brockhaus has many years of experience advising German and international asset management clients on investment law and regulatory issues. He advises providers on how to structure, set up and distribute regulated domestic and foreign funds and other investment products, as well as advising institutional investors (including investors regulated under insurance supervisory or banking supervisory law) on the acquisition of such investment products. His services further include providing his clients with ongoing assistance with their day-to-day business by supporting their legal departments on an “extended workbench” basis.
Henning Brockhaus studied law at the University of Bielefeld (Germany). Following his admission to the German Bar in 2003, he worked at DWS Investment, a large investment management company of the Deutsche Bank Group, until 2007. He then moved to KPMG AG, where he worked in the field of audit investment management, and then, in 2013, took up work at KPMG Law, specialising in legal financial services, where he was greatly involved in setting up a consultancy team providing legal advice to asset managers.