Mr Thomas Maaberg Hansen > Gorrissen Federspiel > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile
Gorrissen Federspiel Offices
1609 COPENHAGEN V
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Mr Thomas Maaberg Hansen
Banking & Finance, Sustainable Financing & Governance, Capital Markets
Partner. Thomas Maaberg Hansen has extensive experience in complex finance transactions and provides advice that focuses on the clients’ commercial interests.
Thomas advises Danish and international businesses, private equity funds and banks on financing and capital market transactions, including acquisition finance, project and asset finance and financial reconstruction.
Thomas is recognised for his strong negotiating skills and commercial approach.
Gorrissen Federspiel 2022 -, Partner, Gorrissen Federspiel since 2022, Plesner: 2004-2021 – Partner since 2007, Norton Rose Fulbright, London 2000 – 2004, Gorrissen Federspiel 1996 – 2000
Admitted to the Danish Bar 1999, Master of Laws, University of Aarhus 1996
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
The team at Gorrissen Federspiel handles the full spectrum of banking and finance issues for domestic and international institutions in the Danish and wider Nordic banking sector. The group has a prominent regulatory practice, with Morten Nybom Bethe considered a ‘go-to’ practitioner for regulatory matters. In Copenhagen, Michael Steen Jensen heads up the practice and has extensive experience in debt capital markets work, advising on junior covered bonds and senior debt in addition to international debt programmes and hybrid capital. Tina Herbing is a ‘skilled financing lawyer’ who handles mandates in connection with ship finance and project finance issues. Mikkel Fritsch is also recommended and Lotte Eskesen leads the group in Aarhus. In January 2022, the arrival of Plesner‘s former co-head of banking and finance, Thomas Maaberg Hansen further strengthened the practice.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution
- EU, competition and public procurement
- Information technology
- Intellectual property
- Shipping and transport