What characterizes my professional profile
… and what benefit does it bring to you?
After completing the bar exam and prior training as a court registrar, I started my career in the manufacturing industry in 1998, where I mainly supported the transaction business for expansion in Asia and was the direct contact person for the group’s management in Germany and abroad in corporate law matters.
After a long period of continuity, I moved to the automotive supply industry in 2011 and was most recently active in the commercial vehicle industry.
I can now look back on a complete in-house activity in globally positioned companies with between 3,000 and 30,000 employees worldwide, both family-owned and listed.
With this 20-year wealth of experience as in-house lawyer in an international environment in established as well as newly established responsible positions with design and management powers, I decided to become self-employed in 2018.
In my previous assignments, I was already concerned not only with the mere implementation, but also with working out the advantages for the respective organization and contributing to securing entrepreneurial success.
As a lawyer, you have to understand technical and business interrelationships and consider long-term and overarching effects.
Having been part of the entrepreneurial organization over this period of time in the most diverse constellations, from which your questions also originate, allows you to address your clients at eye level and opens up a sense of proportion in your actions and recommendations.
Profound knowledge of operational processes combined with industry knowledge including automotive specifics and generalist understanding enable me to continue to perform my role as part of your team.
Knowing the technical terms of the respective area makes it easier for all parties involved.
This multi-layered, practical background is what sets me apart from other external consultants.
All this optimizes the process and increases client satisfaction.