Stefan is a German Rechtsanwalt with broad expertise advising on German and international capital markets transactions. Stefan specialises in advising on securitisations and other structured finance transactions (covering true sale, secured loan and synthetic structures across a broad range of asset classes) and on restructurings in the capital markets sector (including bond restructurings and restructurings of securitisations and related assets). Another focus of his practice is the advice on bond transactions including Pfandbriefe, covered bonds, structured notes, hybrid and corporate bonds. Stefan has also broad experience in advising on all related regulatory and insolvency law matters. He is a lecturer for capital markets law at the Institute for Law and Finance of the Goethe University Frankfurt.
Assessor, Germany, 2002
Referendar, Germany, 2000
Dr iur, Julius-Maximilians University of Würzburg, Germany, 2008
Second German Law Degree, 2002
First German Law Degree, 2000
Geier/Henkelmann: "New Regulatory Developments for the Use of Derivatives in Structured Finance Transactions", in: Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation (JIBLR), volume 29, issue 3, 2014, p. 191 et seqq.
Henkelmann/Geier: "EMIR – Auswirkungen auf Verbriefungstransaktionen" [EMIR – Impact on Securitisation Transactions], in: Risikomanager, issue 19, 2013, p. 11 et seqq.
Henkelmann: "Debt Refinancing and Restructuring", in: Lawyer Monthly Magazine – Legal Focus – Germany: Debt Refinancing and Restructuring, July 2013
Kusserow/Henkelmann: "Neue Perspektiven für Whole Business Securitisations?" [New Perspectives for Whole Business Securitisations?], in: Risiko Manager, 19/2012, p. 12 et seqq.
Henkelmann S. (2009): "Schwebende Vertraege in der Insolvenz – Zum Wahlrecht des Insolvenzverwalters nach § 103 InsO", Hamburg 2009