31 January 2020

GSK Stockmann promotes nine lawyers from its own ranks

GSK Stockmann appoints five Equity Partners, two Local Partners and two Counsel from its own ranks as of 01.01.2020. In doing so, the firm continues to make a point of focusing on its own young talents.

As of the new year, the new Equity Partners are: Stefan Geiger (Energy), Volker Hofstetter (Real Estate Investments and Asset Management), Philip Huperz (Real Estate Investments and Asset Management, Healthcare), Olaf Jacobsen (Real Estate Investments and Asset Management) and Frank-Florian Seifert (Public). The following were appointed as Local Partners: Daniel Cammann-Reiss (Real Estate Project Development) and Andreas Eichler (Real Estate Investments and Asset Management). Senior Associates Katrin Reisich (Real Estate Project Development) and Lisa Watermann (Financial Services, Funds) became Counsel on January 1, 2020. These career decisions reflect the firm’s goal to specifically promote specialised advice in the sectors where its clients are most active.

Commenting on the promotions, Oliver Glück, co-Managing Partner at GSK Stockmann, said: “We congratulate all colleagues on their next career move. For years now, GSK Stockmann has been prioritising growth from within. We would like to continue offering our lawyers attractive career prospects within our firm. We are therefore very pleased to continue on this course by appointing nine Partners and Counsel. At the same time, we are implementing options for more flexible working hours so that our colleagues may continue their excellent work at the new career level according to their individual needs.”


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