Jochen W. Mann primarily advises national and international companies on matters pertaining to banking supervisory, banking contract and capital markets law, dispute resolution, in and out of court, and corporate law with an emphasis on corporate finance. He additionally has many years of experience in derivatives.
Jochen W. Mann was born in 1963. He trained at Deutsche Bank AG in Wiesbaden (Germany) before studying law and economics at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main (Germany). After completing his legal training, he obtained a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) from the University of California, Berkeley (USA). Jochen W. Mann has successfully completed the banking and capital markets and the insolvency law courses needed – amongst other requirements – to become a certified specialist in the respective field of law.
From 1996 on, he worked primarily for international law firms in Frankfurt am Main, London (England), Paris (France) and Brussels (Belgium) in banking and capital markets and corporate law, especially in the areas of equity and debt capital markets, before joining one of his clients from the financial industry as General Counsel and Global Head of Legal & Compliance in 2010. Jochen W. Mann joined Luther’s Frankfurt office as a Counsel in 2017.