With a focus on corporate and insolvency law Alexandra Schluck-Amend is an expert on reorganising and restructuring companies with or without insolvency proceedings. She prepares and implements restructuring plans and insolvency plans in accordance with the German Insolvency Code and advises groups on internal and external financings and restructurings and on distressed M&A deals. In this context, her work often revolves around avoiding liability risks for the parent company, other group companies and their management in the event of subsequent insolvency proceedings or the sale of a group company. She also advises on insolvency-related clawback and avoidance actions and strategies to minimize these risks and gives advice to creditors regarding the best way possible to protect their interests on the crisis of a business partner. Alexandra has a special automotive sector expertise.
Alexandra joined CMS in 2002 after studying economics and law and having worked within the field of insolvency administration and was made partner in 2008. Since 2002, she has been teaching at Heidelberg University and since 2005 also at Andrássy University Budapest where she was appointed Honorary Professor in 2013.