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Martin Scharnke

Partner

Frankfurt am Main

Scharnke Martin
Martin Scharnke

Partner

Frankfurt am Main

Martin specialises in advising on the issuance of bonds (including Namensschuldverschreibungen) and structured products, including related regulatory matters.

Another focus of his practice is the advice on structured finance and securitisation transactions (encompassing true sale and synthetic structures in a wide variety of asset classes).

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Forest, green trees

Publications: 30 November 2023

The EU goes for gold with its Green Bond Regulation 

When the European Parliament announced that political agreement on the EU Green Bond Regulation (the Regulation) had been reached with the Council on 28 February 2023, rapporteur Paul Tang was quoted…

Read more The EU goes for gold with its Green Bond Regulation 

News: 05 May 2023

Allen & Overy advises M&G Investments on Germany's first solar securitisation by Enpal

Read more Allen & Overy advises M&G Investments on Germany's first solar securitisation by Enpal

News: 01 February 2023

Allen & Overy strengthens its practice in asset management and alternative investments with fund specialist Dorothee Atwell

Read more Allen & Overy strengthens its practice in asset management and alternative investments with fund specialist Dorothee Atwell

News: 29 November 2022

A&O advises on EIB’s inaugural digital bond settling in tokenised representation of euro central bank money

Read more A&O advises on EIB’s inaugural digital bond settling in tokenised representation of euro central bank money

Office

Frankfurt am Main

Bockenheimer Landstraße 2
60306 Frankfurt am Main

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Qualifications

Professional

Registered Foreign Lawyer, England and Wales, 2021

Admitted as assessor, Germany, 2004

Admitted as Rechtsanwalt, Germany, 2004

Admitted as referendar, Germany, 2001

Academic

Second German Law Degree, 2004

First German Law Degree, 2001

Published work

  • Martin Scharnke (2012) "The EU Prospectus Reform 2012 and Consequences for Structured Products Prospectuses", Cap Law - Swiss Capital Markets Law, p. 3 et sqq.