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Dr. Bastian Bongertz

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Bastian Bongertz is a partner in the firm's finance practice in Frankfurt. Bastian Bongertz advises German and international clients on banking, finance and capital markets law. He is also experienced in advising on complex financings, including acquisition, corporate, project financing and refinancing. Furthermore, Mr. Bongertz advises capital market companies, initiators of closed-end funds and banks on capital markets law ventures such as IPOs, capital increases and the issue of investments.

Professional Background

Prior to joining K&L Gates in 2010, Bastian was a finance associate at a law firm in Frankfurt from 2007, and at a law firm in Düsseldorf from 2005 to 2007. From 1993 to 1995 he was a qualified banker trainee at Deutsche Bank AG in Düsseldorf.

Additional Information

  • "IAS-Verordnung - Zur Vereinbarkeit der Verordnung (EG) Nr. 1606/2002 mit den Vorgaben des EU-Vertrags und zu den Auswirkungen dieser Verordnung auf das deutsche Bilanzrecht und Bilanzstrafrecht" Baden-Baden 2008
  • “Strict Liability in the Absence of Prospectus despite Consultation with the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority? A Review of the Higher Regional Court Decision 2nd November 2011,” Betriebs-Berater, BB 8.2012, pp. 470-475, 20 February 2012
  • Advising Lotto24 AG, a company listed on the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, on a cash capital increase from authorized capital
  • Advising an MDAX-listed company on a planned capital increase
  • Advising a financial institution on a certificates issue
  • Advising a German fund initiator in relation to the set-up and sales prospectus of a German closed-end fund investing in special properties in Beijing, Orlando and Berlin
  • Advising a bidder on the acquisition and financing of a leading German department store chain
  • Advising a professional sport association on the tender and allocation of marketing rights
  • Represented a German biopharmaceutical company on a €275 million syndicated loan