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Christoph Brenzinger

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Real Estate Investment Group, Banking & Finance

Position

Christoph Brenzinger has been active in the real estate sector for over 15 years and has played a leading role in many of the largest, also cross-border and multijurisdictional, real estate transactions in Germany. He recently acted for Allianz Real Estate on the formation of a logistics joint venture, for SIGNA on the planned acquisition of the Kaufhof Group from Metro and for Vonovia (formerly: Deutsche Annington) on the integration of a portfolio of approx. 30,000 flats from the Vitus Group and the sale of approx. 24,000 residential units to LEG. He is particularly experienced in the structuring, financing and implementation of real estate related private equity transactions.

Career

Joined Noerr as Partner in 2011; Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer 2007-2011.

Languages

Speaks German (native language) and English.

Education

Legal studies at the University of Bochum


Germany: Real estate and construction

Real estate

Within: Real estate

Since early 2017, Annette Pospich has been co-heading Noerr’s international real estate investment team with Alexander Goepfert. She advised Art-Invest Real Estate on the acquisition of the media harbour property Wolkenbügel in Düsseldorf and the purchase of Sal Oppenheim’s office properties, while Christoph Brenzinger and René Dubois advised Allianz Real Estate and another investor on their targeted investment of €1bn into the new student housing fund The Fizz, and their acquisition of a launch portfolio. In August 2016, Michael Eggert moved to Kiermeier Haselier Grosse and Marco Winterer to Ernst & Young Law.

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