Mr Mikkel Fritsch > Gorrissen Federspiel > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile

Gorrissen Federspiel

Work Department

Banking & Finance.


Mikkel Fritsch is partner i Banking & Finance and advises Danish and international clients on all aspects of finance law, including in particular acquisition financing, project financing and general loan financing as well as securitisation and bonds issue.

In addition, Mikkel’s expertise encompasses the regulatory issues of financial institutions and verification of capital issues by especially banks as well as corporate law matters and M&A transactions.


Gorrissen Federspiel since 2014
Partner, Gorrissen Federspiel since 2017
Hannes Snellmann, partner 2011 – 2014
Horten, junior partner 2009 – 2011
Chief legal counsel, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken, Copenhagen 2006 – 2009
Gorrissen Federspiel 2003 – 2006




The Danish Bar and Law Society
International Bar Association (IBA)
Danish Association for Banking and Finance Law
Nordic Capital Market Forum (NCMF)


Admitted to the Danish Bar 2006
Master of Law, University of Copenhagen 2003
Monash University, Faculty of Law, Australia 2002

Lawyer Rankings

Denmark > Banking and finance

(Next Generation Partners)

Mikkel Fritsch  – Gorrissen Federspiel

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.