Frank Tschentscher, LL.M. (Nottingham Trent Univ.)
Frank Tschentscher joined Deloitte Legal as a partner on 1 July 2021. He advises on German and international restructuring and insolvency law and has extensive knowledge and more than 21 years of experience in negotiating and implementing complex restructuring projects in Germany and abroad. Frank Tschentscher regularly represents groups of international financial creditors and/or bank consortia in the out-of-court restructuring of (partly listed) companies but also does debtor work.
Before joining Deloitte Legal, he worked for many years as a restructuring and insolvency partner at leading law firms in Germany and England. He is also admitted as a Solicitor (England & Wales) and has many years of experience advising clients on English insolvency and restructuring law (including corporate proceedings such as the Scheme of Arrangement).
Frank Tschentscher is the author of numerous publications in German and English and regularly speaks on insolvency law and restructuring related topics at domestic and foreign conferences.
Best Lawyers has recommended Frank Tschentscher in the restructuring and insolvency law and mergers and acquisitions categories since 2019, and the JUVE Handbook lists him as a frequently recommended lawyer in the "Restructuring and Insolvency" category. At Legal 500 Germany, he is described as "very experienced in insolvency, balanced in his judgement and a good negotiator" as well as one of "the best connoisseurs of UK restructuring law, but above all also of the UK restructuring culture").
Frank Tschentscher wrote his Master's thesis on English and European insolvency law. He is currently President of INSOL Europe, the leading international organisation of professionals specialising in insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery.
Increased advisory and monitoring duties upon the occurrence of an insolvency event
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