Mark Gebauer advises national and international companies on banking and banking regulation law, and financing. He specialises in banking regulation law and transaction legislation with a focus on customer dispute matters, as well as IT law and outsourcing.
Mark Gebauer advises banks, payment service providers, FinTech and primarily IT companies, as well as companies in the field of e-commerce or from the media sector, on legal matters relating to banking law, transaction legislation, compliance, regulatory issues and (banking) civil law. This includes, in particular, the German Banking Act (KWG), the German Payment Services Oversight Act (ZAG) and consumer protection provisions. His expertise includes advising on innovative business models in the financial and payment industry, negotiations with regulatory authorities, reviewing regulatory compliance and managing permission applications for bank licences or payment licences.
Mark Gebauer is an associate at GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB. He specialises in the field of banking and capital market law, in particular payment transaction legislation.
Before joining GÖRG, he worked at an international corporate law firm in Cologne and Munich. After studying law at the University of Bonn, Mark Gebauer completed his legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Cologne, with clerkships in corporate law firms in Bonn and Moscow (Russia), as well as with a department at the Federal Ministry. After his initial state examinations, and during his legal training, he also worked as a tutor at a legal coaching institute in Bonn, Cologne and Düsseldorf, in addition to working as a research assistant at the University of Bonn.
He also independently ran working groups that accompanied lecture courses.