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Wagner and Scheifele join Hengeler Mueller’s tax practice in Munich, Germany

Matthias Scheifele

Gunther Wagner has returned to the Hengeler Mueller’s tax practice as a counsel. He previously worked as an associate for the firm from 2009 to 2015. As an associate, Wagner advised German utility RWE on the sale of its oil unit, Dea. He also advised on the sale of 360T to Deutche Börse AG.

Matthias Scheifele moves to Munich from Hengeler Mueller’s Frankfurt office. He specialises in mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganisations, financing transactions, tax disputes, compliance and litigation. Recently, Scheifele guided Borsch through the selling of its starter motors and generators business. 

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