Hengeler Mueller advises on complex internal investigations and restructuring mandate of Royal Imtech
09. July 2013
Hengeler Mueller advises on complex internal investigations, including employment law consequences, and the restructuring of financial liabilities of approximately EUR 1.3 bn as well as a capital increase of EUR500m of the listed Royal Imtech N.V. based in Gouda (Netherlands). The Imtech Group is a leading services provider in the fields of electrical and mechanical solutions with annual revenue of more than EUR 5.4 bn and employs more than 29,000 employees.
The Hengeler Mueller team includes partners Daniel Weiss (Restructuring/Financing/Investigations), Frank Burmeister (Restructuring/Corporate/Investigations), Joachim Liebers (all Frankfurt) (Labour), Dirk Uwer (Düsseldorf), Jan Bonhage (Berlin) (both Public Law), Markus Röhrig (Brussels), Alf-Henrik Bischke (Düsseldorf) (both Antitrust/Investigations), Carsten van de Sande (Litigation), Matthias Scheifele (both Frankfurt) (Tax), as well as senior associates Vera Jungkind, Holger M. Kleinhenz, Vicki Treibmann (all Düsseldorf), Peter Wehner, Anabel Harting, Christian Häußer, Signe Schwarze, Nadine Hartung and associates Martin Tasma, Mahdi Daneshzadeh Tabrizi, Christin Posdziech, Christoph Trautrims, Julia Rost, Kathrin Cagalj, Nadine Rinck, Miriam Peter, Friederike Müller (all Frankfurt), Ann-Kathrin Wreesmann, Fabrice Witzke, Julia Schamarek, Marcel Nuys, Thomas Nebel (all Düsseldorf), Marc Roberts (Berlin), Philip Goj and Jakub Lorys (both Munich). In Hamburg, Stefan Koop from law firm Ruge Krömer locally advises and represents Imtech Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG. before the labour court.
The advice is provided in an integrated team with our Dutch Best Friend De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V. The cross-border activity of Hengeler Mueller in integrated teams with other leading law firms reflects the international profile of Hengeler Mueller.