Dustin Schwerdtfeger advises corporate clients, venture capitalists, banks and other financial institutions on banking and finance matters, in particular on credit financing. Dustin has special knowledge of financing in association with real estate and corporate acquisitions.
He has extensive experience in the following areas:
Real estate financing (within a country and across borders, individual property and portfolio transactions)
As a legal trainee at the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Dustin worked, inter alia, at the Court of Appeal of England and Wales in London and at an international law firm in Düsseldorf in the field of corporate law/mergers and acquisitions.
Advising Art-Invest on the acquisition and acquisition financing of various real estate properties in Germany
Advising SIGNA in connection with numerous real estate acquisitions and financing transactions in Germany and Austria including the KaDeWe in Berlin, the Hamburg Alsterhaus, the Alte Akademie and the Kaufhaus Oberpollinger in Munich, as well as in connection with the acquisition of the Karstadt retail business or the entry as joint venture partner at Kaufhof
Advising Tristan Capital Partners on the financing of an office property in Germany
Advising Intersnack Group on numerous acquisition financings, including the financing of the acquisition of KP Snacks from United Biscuits
Advising a German project development company on the financing of the acquisition of various department stores in Germany
Advising a private equity investor and a hotel management company on the acquisition and refinancing of a real estate portfolio consisting of more than 20 business hotels in Germany and the Netherlands
Advice on a wide range of corporate finance, including promissory note transactions
Advising an international producer and supplier of solar energy systems on the conclusion of a credit agreement with a major German bank and an international investor
Advising German and international venture capitalists in connection with investments and financing of start-up companies
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