Dr Alexander Jüngst offers advice on mergers & acquisitions to national and international companies. He oversees national and cross-border M&A transactions, including public takeovers and joint ventures, as well as restructurings. He also has extensive experience offering corporate law advice to companies and corporate groups, including advice on stock corporation law and corporation law, LLC law, corporate governance and capital markets law.
Dr Alexander Jüngst offers advice on corporate law and M&A. He has considerable experience overseeing national and international M&A and private equity transactions, and offering advice on refinancing and restructurings. He can operate on either the side of the seller or the buyer, and oversees the entire transaction process (bidding process, structuring, due diligence, corporate purchase agreement, post-merger integration). Further areas of his activity include advising on structured corporate purchases (LBO, MBO, exits) and joint ventures, as well as the associated solutions for complex shareholder structures.
He also deals with integrations, and the sale of investments or parts of operations.
In the area of corporate law, he offers advice to companies and corporate groups on matters of stock corporation and corporation law, LLC law, corporate governance, and capital markets law. In addition to this, an addition area of focus is consultation on conversion measures, going public/going private, as well as the preparation and implementation of general meetings for publicly listed companies.
His clients include leading multi-national corporations as well as medium-sized companies.
Dr Alexander Jüngst is a legal counsel in corporate law and M&A at GÖRG. Before joining GÖRG in January 2019, he worked in the Düsseldorf and New York (USA) offices of an international business law firm, initially as an associate from 2010 and then as managing associate from 2014.
Dr Alexander Jüngst gained his degree from the University of Freiburg, the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) and the University of Cologne. He completed his legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Cologne, including clerkships at the Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United Nations in New York (USA), at the Cologne office of an international law firm and the London (UK) office of a large international law firm.
Dr Alexander Jüngst gained his doctorate in law, mentored by Prof. Ulrich Noack at the Chair of Civil, Commercial and Corporate Law of Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, with a thesis on “The Exclusion of Minority Shareholders within Contract-Based Groups of Affiliated Companies“.
He was admitted to the bar in 2010.