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Sebastian Schoon is a partner in the Frankfurt office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He focuses his practice on banking and finance law.
Mr. Schoon advises private equity funds, corporates, banks, and financial institutions on corporate finance and real estate matters, including leveraged buyouts, management buyouts, and corporate-to-corporate transactions; real estate acquisition financing, development financing, subordinated debt and portfolio deals. He advises on domestic as well as cross-border structured finance transactions. Mr. Schoon also has vast experience on complex financial restructurings, such as loan-to-own, debt to equity swaps, trust structures, and financial reorganizations.
Mr. Schoon is “frequently recommended” for Bank Lending and Acquisition Finance by JUVE Handbook 2016/17. He is also ranked by Chambers Europe Germany 2019 based on his notable strength in real estate finance matters. Commentators described him as “helpful, constructive and creative” (Chambers Europe Germany 2018). Handelsblatt / The Best Lawyers™ 2019/2020 list him among the best lawyers for Banking and Finance Law in Germany.
Mr. Schoon regularly publishes on legal matters. Amongst others, he is co-author of the online legal commentary on the German insolvency code published by Verlag C.H. Beck. He is a member of Gesellschaft für Restrukturierung – TMA Deutschland e.V., the German section of the Turnaround Management Association TMA.
Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, he was a finance partner and co-head of the restructuring department in the Munich office of a renowned international law firm.
Mr. Schoon, in addition to his native German, is fluent in English.
Representative transactions advising financial institutions, banks and investors on the financing aspects of leveraged buyouts and recapitalization as well as corporate lending include:
Representative transactions advising on the financial restructurings and special situations include:
Representative transactions advising financial institutions, banks and investors on the financing of real estate acquisitions or developments include:
*Experience prior to joining Gibson Dunn
Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg - 2002 Law Degree
Germany - Rechtsanwalt