Dr Martin Zuffer > CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz Rechtsanwälte GmbH > Vienna, Austria > Lawyer Profile

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz Rechtsanwälte GmbH
1010 WIEN
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Work Department

Banking & Finance, Capital Markets, Private Equity


Martin Zuffer is a partner at CMS and heads the Banking and Capital Markets Law Team. In addition he specialises in corporate law and private equity. He is  specialised in capital market law.


He advises leading companies, banks and financial institutions on both transactional and regulatory issues in the field of banking and capital markets law. During his 15 years of professional experience, he has advised a large number of domestic and foreign IPOs and secondary offerings as well as bond issues.

Martin Zuffer is repeatedly recommended by Global Chambers as an expert in capital markets law.


English, German


  • 2003 – Dr. iur. of law at the University of Graz
  • 1994 – Mag. iur. of Law at the University of Graz


Martin Zuffer is the author of numerous publications in banking and capital markets law.


Lawyer Rankings

Austria > Capital markets

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz Rechtsanwälte GmbH has been particularly active assisting international banking syndicates with the issuance of bonds but has also provided advice on EMTN programmes, script dividend schemes and regulatory matters. Thanks to its multidisciplinary approach, the group is also well versed in matters at various intersections such as finance. The promotion of payment services (PSD2) expert Philipp Mark to partner in May 2021 is testament to this approach, as is team head Martin Zuffer‘s set of expertise, which extends to corporate law and private equity.

Austria > Banking and finance

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz Rechtsanwälte GmbH‘s two-pronged approach is divided into its financing transactions work led by Günther Hanslik and its regulatory work led by Martin Zuffer. The former includes instructions from financial services providers and, to a lesser extent, from borrowers on corporate, acquisition, real estate and project finance as well as refinancings and restructurings. Cross-border elements are a regular feature in this and are handled in close conjunction with other offices across the firm’s network, most notably in the CEE and SEE regions, while English law aspects are routinely covered by Vienna-based Marcell Clark. Advising on administrative proceedings, fintech and matters at the intersection with capital markets are typical instructions in the regulatory arena.