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Mag iur Miriam Simsa
Miriam Simsa is partner at Schoenherr where she focuses on Insolvency & Restructuring and Banking & Finance.
She joined the firm in April 2008. In 2013/14 Miriam was seconded to Slaughter and May, London. As part of their finance practice she worked mainly on major IPO-related refinancings in the UK and CEE. In Austria, Miriam is regularly advising national and international financial institutions on all aspects in connection with distressed borrowers, including refinancings and loan sales. She also advises lenders and borrowers on finance and refinance transactions. Recently Miriam headed the team advising approx 40 lenders to bauMax on the sale and wind-down of bauMax’ operation in Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia.
University of Cambridge, Cambridge/GB (summer school 2009)
University of Vienna, Vienna/Austria (Mag. iur. 2008)
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Schoenherr (Schönherr Rechtsanwälte) is recognised by clients and peers alike for its broad restructuring and insolvency expertise which is routinely called upon by lenders, and increasingly by distressed borrowers, who require assistance with pre-insolvency reorganisations and refinancings. The team has particular experience of the restructuring of financial institutions, while advising buyers on distressed M&A transactions constitutes another key area of strength. Wolfgang Höller, who specialises in insolvency law, debt restructuring and financial litigation, jointly heads the practice with debt restructuring and refinancing specialist Martin Ebner. Miriam Simsa is another key individual and focuses on out-of-court restructurings, distressed M&A and other restructuring-driven transactions across Austria and CEE.
- Insolvency and corporate recovery - Austria
- Next Generation Partners - Austria > Insolvency and corporate recovery
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