Wolfram Prusko

Wolfram Prusko

Partner, Kirkland & Ellis, Munich

Dr. Wolfram Prusko is a restructuring partner in the Munich office of Kirkland & Ellis.

His practice is focused on the representation of investors, debtors and creditors with respect to cross-border acquisitions, restructurings — particularly financial and bond restructurings — and insolvency proceedings.

Wolfram worked on a number of landmark international cases in the recent years in Germany and Central Europe, which include the comprehensive restructuring of the Croatian food conglomerate Agrokor (transformed into Fortenova), the resolution of the Austrian bad bank HETA Asset Resolution (f/k/a Hypo Alpe Adria Bank) and financial restructuring of the German real estate group IVG Immobilien. IFLR1000 repeatedly recognizes Wolfram in its Financial and Corporate Guide as a ‘highly regarded’ lawyer for Restructuring. Wolfram is winner of the 2019 TMA Turnaround and Transaction of the Year Award for the ‘International Company Turnaround of the Year – Agrokor d.d.’ He is a member of the board of TMA Europe as well as initiator and member of the steering group of TMA NextGen Germany.

See further details and contact on: http://www.kirkland.com/wprusko

Board Members

The board members bring a wealth of experience to TMA Europe and are comprised of the following members:

The Future of TMA Europe

David Bryan, Founder & CEO, BM&T Finance Director and Board Member, TMA Europe

Since TMA established its first European chapter in 2001 restructuring has become increasingly global and, in Europe, more closely integrated. TMA European Chapters have been at the forefront of promoting much of this change with the result that today European restructuring professionals have more and better tools in their toolkit for the benefit of employment and economic value preservation.

European Chapters

Visit our European Chapter websites for more details of their activities and events.

Signup for our newsletter

Be the first to know about news, events and industry-leading opinions with out monthly newsletter.