Stefanie advises fund managers and investors in the field of alternative investments (private equity, venture capital, debt, real estate) on all matters of investment regulatory law. In addition, she assists financial institutions, securities institutions and payment institutions in licensing procedures and advises on all ongoing regulatory matters.
Also, Stefanie advises management teams and investors on the structuring of funds in venture capital and private equity. Her work is focused on corporate and contractual matters, in particular the preparation and negotiation of fund documentation.
Education and Career
Stefanie studied law in Munich. Subsequently, she worked as a research assistant at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Berlin. Her practical legal training at the Berlin Higher Regional Court included stints at Charité university medical center, Berlin, and at the Australian law firm Hall & Wilcox in Melbourne and Sydney. Before joining YPOG, she worked for SMP and as an associate with Hengeler Mueller in Berlin, where she focused on corporate law, M&A and financing.
Stefanie’s recent work highlights include advising:
- World Fund on structuring of a new climate tech fund
- German qualified attorney (Rechtsanwältin)