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NØRREGADE 21, 1165 COPENHAGEN K, DENMARK
Tel:
Work +45 33 34 50 00
Fax:
Fax +45 33 34 50 50
Email:
Web:
www.bruunhjejle.com
Bruun & Hjejle, Henrik Dahl, Copenhagen, DENMARK

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Henrik Dahl

Tel:
Work +45 30 18 87 39
Email:
Web:
www.bruunhjejle.com
Bruun & Hjejle

Work Department

Banking and Finance.

Position

Henrik Dahl advises banks, savings banks and specialised financial institutions on regulatory issues and corporate matters.

Career

Chairman of Bruun & Hjejle (2011-2014). Partner, Bruun & Hjejle (1996-). Managing Partner of Jonas Bruun (2005-2008). Attorney, Jonas Bruun (1988-1996).

Languages

English and the Scandinavian languages.

Member

Président of Association Européenne des Etudes Juridiques et Fiscals (1992-1993).

Education

LL.M., Harvard Law School, USA (1992-1993). Master of Laws, University of Copenhagen (1988).


Denmark

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Bruun & Hjejle has a strong record in banking and finance transactions, particularly matters involving institutional direct lending where the team has 'a superior understanding of the regulatory framework and market'. Thomas Skjellerup has expertise in acquisition, project and structured financing work, and recently advised ATP, PFA Pension and PKA on the collective debt arrangements for the DKK40bn financing of their takeover of TDC. Jakob Echwald Sevel  is 'very capable and efficient' and 'always uses a common-sense and practical approach to negotiations'; he assisted Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners with its £250m refinancing of two biomass power plants in the UK. Other key practitioners include Henrik Dahl, who acts for institutional investors in disputes and regulatory compliance matters; and Ulrik Kloss Fenneberg, who is experienced in acquisition and real estate financings.

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