has a particular focus on legal and tax advice for German pension funds and occupational pension schemes relating to real estate, private equity and private debt. After his admission to the German Bar in 2003, he joined a law firm that focuses on advising financial service providers. In 2005, he also qualified as a German tax adviser and moved to the Financial Services practice of a Big Four firm. He moved to a Big-Law firm together with his team in 2009. In June 2011, he joined Bödecker Ernst & Partner and became a partner in 2017.
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