High-profile addition in insurance regulatory law - Frank Fischer joins Deloitte Legal as a partner in Munich

Deloitte Legal recruits Frank Fischer, a specialist in insurance regulatory law, and so continues its growth course at the Munich office as well.

Frank Fischer, 47, joins Deloitte Legal from KPMG Law after working at C.H. Beck and as Assistant General Counsel at KGAL Group. As of April 1, 2021, he will strengthen the cross-locational FSI Legal team at the important insurance location in Munich as a partner.

Dr. Mathias Hanten, Head of FSI Legal: "We are very much looking forward to working with Mr. Fischer. With his outstanding experience in insurance regulatory law, he completes our financial regulatory expertise." Thomas Northoff, Managing Partner of Deloitte Legal adds, "With his expertise, Mr. Fischer creates additional cross-divisional advisory opportunities in our insurance sector. He expands our existing offerings there, especially together with Tax, Risk Advisory and Consulting. The fact that we were able to gain Frank Fischer in insurance regulatory law shows the success of our growth ambition. For our clients, we will continue to expand the services of our Regulatory & Compliance service line at Deloitte Legal."

Commenting on his motivation for the move, Frank Fischer says: "What attracted me to Deloitte Legal was the dynamic environment with a very strong regulatory practice and Deloitte's comprehensive and interdisciplinary advisory approach as a whole. In addition, I am of course very pleased to be able to play an active role in the further expansion of the Munich office. Here, we will also be able to provide significant added value for clients, especially for insurance companies based in Munich, through cooperation with colleagues from the other service lines."

At Deloitte Legal, Frank Fischer will maintain his advisory focus and advise German and international clients on all aspects of insurance regulatory law, particularly in connection with Governance & Compliance projects and transactions.

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