Dr. Daniel Splittgerber represents clients in complex financial restructurings and distressed situations, with an emphasis on German and cross-border transactions.
Mr. Splittgerber advises on complex, cross-border distressed situations, including bank-bond restructurings. He regularly guides international and German clients through both in-court and out-of-court restructurings, rescue financings, and distressed acquisitions. His clients include:
- Companies and their management teams
- Investors and shareholders
He leverages an extensive background in financial analysis and a strategic mind set to help clients stabilize distressed situations and optimize returns. Mr. Splittgerber establishes trusted relationships with clients to comprehensively understand their goals and effectively implement solutions to achieve them.
A recognized thought leader, Mr. Splittgerber regularly speaks at industry conferences and publishes on insolvency law and topical issues on the restructuring market. He also maintains an active pro bono practice, serves on the firm’s Pro Bono Committee, and is a board member of Pro Bono Deutschland e.V., which promotes pro bono legal advice for nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations and projects in Germany.
Before joining Latham, Mr. Splittgerber worked as an assistant lecturer at the University of Münster’s Institute for International Business Law. He obtained his doctorate with a thesis on enterprise groups’ treatment under German insolvency law, for which he earned the Harry-Westermann Award for outstanding dissertations.