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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

Simon Krogh

Tel:
Work +45 30188737
Email:
Web:
www.bruunhjejle.com
Bruun & Hjejle

Work Department

M&A and Private Equity.

Position

Simon Krogh’s primary practice is M&A transactions, private equity investments and corporate issues.

Career

Partner, Bruun & Hjejle (2016-). Attorney, Bruun & Hjejle (2013-2016). Ph.D.-student, University of Copenhagen (2009-2013). Visiting Research Fellow, Columbia Law School, New York, USA (2009). External lecturer (company law), University of Copenhagen (2007-2009). Assistant attorney and attorney, Kromann Reumert (2004-2010).

Education

Master of Laws, University of Copenhagen (2004). LL.M., King’s College London, England (2002).


Denmark

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Next generation lawyers

Simon Krogh - Bruun & Hjejle

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Bruun & Hjejle has 'a strong understanding of how the client thinks and what it needs in an M&A process' and 'takes ownership of issues beyond what you would expect'. Jesper Schultz Larsen leads the practice and advised the founders of Muuto and Maj Invest Equity on Muuto's $1.9bn sale to Knoll. Morten Jensen has 'very strong corporate and M&A skills' and 'is an excellent negotiator'; he assisted AP Møller with its $1.2bn acquisition of Maersk Tankers. Andreas Nielsen is 'an exceptionally good legal adviser' and acted for Swedish Match on its purchase of V2 Tobacco. Mogens Thorninger, is 'accessible', 'very competent' and has 'a broad and deep knowledge of general M&A'; he advised a consortium of pension funds with its acquisition of a $11.6bn stake in Nykredit. Other key names include cross-border M&A expert Mogens Ebeling and newly promoted partner Simon Krogh.

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