Martin is a partner in the Luxembourg Investment Funds Group.
He has specialised experience with regard to the structuring, establishment and ongoing advice of alternative investment funds (sponsor practice) as well as advising institutional investors with regard to investments in international fund structures (investor practice).
Martin advises in a wide range of asset classes including private equity, real estate, infrastructure, green energy, debt and impact. His work includes all types of investment fund structures including segregated managed accounts and investment-type securitisation structures. Finally, he advises on all fund-related ESG matters.
His advice covers the legal, regulatory and tax aspects both from a Luxembourg and German perspective.
Martin is a member of different working groups of the Luxembourg fund industry association (“ALFI”). He lectures and publishes on a regular basis in commentaries and legal journals. Furthermore, he is a lecturer for tax and accounting law at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.
Martin studied law at Bucerius Law School (Hamburg) and the University of Michigan Law School (Ann Arbor). He is admitted to the Luxembourg and the German Bar. He worked for Linklaters Munich from 2011 to 2018 (including a secondment to New York) and joined the Luxembourg office of Linklaters in 2019.