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Alexander Wüpper

Counsel

Frankfurt am Main

Wuepper Alexander
Alexander Wüpper

Counsel

Frankfurt am Main

Alexander has more than 15 years’ experience in M&A and corporate law. He has broad experience in advising industrial corporations, private equity investors and banks. In his practice he focuses on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate and capital markets work including takeover and securities law.

The bulk of his work is cross border and multi-jurisdictional. He also advises regularly on matters relating to foreign direct investments. Alexander has a particular expertise in leading large multi-jurisdictional teams in transactions of any nature. Over the years, he established himself as trusted advisor and is recognized as a leading expert in the field of M&A and corporate law in independent publications such as Handelsblatt, Best Lawyers and Wirtschaftswoche.

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Expertise

Practices

Corporate and M&A

Sectors

Private Equity

Office

Frankfurt am Main

Bockenheimer Landstraße 2
60306 Frankfurt am Main

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Qualifications

Professional

Referendar, Germany, 2002

Assessor, Germany, 2006

Admitted as German Rechtsanwalt, 2006

Published work

  • Wuepper A. (2006) "Senatswahlen in Kambodscha. Ein weiterer Schritt im Demokratisierungsprozess", Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Auslandsinformationen 3/06, Seite 99-117