“Likeable and easy to work with,” Henrik Møgelmose recently advised the majority owners of Saxo Bank on the sale of 30% of its shares to TPG Capital. Clients praise his willingness to “go the extra mile.”
Peter Ketelsen is admired for his intellect, "fantastic legal knowledge," and well-honed negotiation skills. “If I had a really complex deal, he'd be the first lawyer I'd call,” said one interviewee. He often represents private equity funds, recently advising EQT Opportunity on the sale of Cimbria and JKF Industri.
Marianne Philip remains one of the foremost lawyers in Denmark, covering capital markets and corporate/M&A. She is hailed by clients for “drive and energy levels that are almost second to none.”
Anders Lavesen is a “clever and fast-working” practitioner, admired for his technical prowess. He recently advised Sitecore on TCV's acquisition of a considerable stake in the company.
Jens Steen Jensen heads the firm's company law group. Sources note his pragmatic approach to deals and dedication to his clients.
The “flexible and solution-oriented” Jørgen Kjergaard Madsen attracts glowing praise from clients. "He always had our company's best interest at heart," says a source.
Caroline Pontoppidan recently advised Skandia Liv on its SEK22.5 billion purchase of Försäkringsbolaget Skandia from Old Mutual. Clients value her commercial and professional approach.
Christian Lundgren advised Nestlé on the acquisition of sauces and soup manufacturer Oscar. Sources note his sharp, logical mind and strong commercial acumen.
Jesper Rasmussen is a German-qualified lawyer with a particular expertise in M&A and contractual negotiations. He heads the firm's German desk out of his base in Aarhus, and works on both inbound and outbound work.
Jakob Hans Johansen heads Kromann Reumert's London office. Particularly experienced in transactional work, he provides corporate finance advice to clients in both Denmark and the UK.