The insurance market is changing - Big Data, Run Off, Agile Supervision and InsurTechs are just some of the keywords that stand for a dynamic market. The legal issues are manifold and cannot be allocated to a single area of law.

Accordingly, our team consists of industry experts in all relevant specialist areas: Insurance law, regulatory law, corporate law/M&A, IT, data protection, employment law, litigation, insurance tax law, investments and venture capital.  

For leading national and international insurance companies and their executive bodies, we develop individual, business-oriented solutions in close cooperation.

Our experts offer comprehensive know-how combined with economic expertise and legal know-how.

Our advice in the insurance sector includes:

  • Mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures and other transactions

  • Outsourcing, Apps, Platforms, Big Data

  • Insurance Supervision

  • Equity and financial products

  • InsurTechs and venture capital investments

  • Insurance tax compliance and procedures

  • Disputes, in particular on major claims and arbitration proceedings


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Dr. Peter Etzbach<br/>LL.M. (Fordham)

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LL.M. (Fordham)

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