Carmen is a dual-qualified lawyer (Attorney at Law in Austria, Solicitor of England and Wales) in the Banking & finance team and is appreciated by clients for her unwavering commitment to delivering excellence in the legal profession based on her profound know-how in banking law and international financing transactions.
Her proficiency extends across a comprehensive spectrum of legal domains in the world of banking and finance law, ranging from project-, acquisition- and real estate financing to structured finance as well as regulatory advice. In addition, she has strong knowledge in insolvency law and restructurings, capital markets law and general corporate law.
Carmen’s commitment to making a meaningful impact in the global financial landscape led her to serving in the legal department of the Development Bank of the Republic of Austria where she provided invaluable guidance on diverse projects spanning (project) financing, investments, and technical assistance in developing countries, all from the perspectives of Austrian and English law.
|Since 2023||Counsel, Taylor Wessing|
|2020 – 2023||Senior Legal Advisor, Development Bank of Austria|
|2017 – 2020||Attorney at law, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP|
|2013 – 2017||Associate, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP|
|2012 – 2013||Court practice, Vienna District Court & Labour and Social Court|
|2012||Legal trainee, Graf & Pitkowitz Attorneys at law|
|2011, 2012||Legal trainee, DORDA Attorneys at law|
|2010 – 2011||Legal assistant, BICHLER ZRZAVY Attorneys at law|
|2008, 2009, 2010||Legal trainee, Taylor Wessing|
|2007||Legal trainee, Schubert Attorneys at law|
|Since 2022||Banking and Finance Law & International Business Law (LLM), University of London|
|2020||Admission as Solicitor of England & Wales, Solicitors Regulation Authority|
|2017||Admission to the bar, Austria|
|2015||Bar exam, Higher Regional Court of Vienna|
|2009 – 2012||Master’s degree in law (Mag iur), University of Vienna|
Klimscha/Redmann, Der Kreditvertrag, Linde Verlag, 2018
Jergitsch/Redmann, Restructuring & Insolvency, Getting the Deal Through, 2018
Member of the Law Society of England and Wales
Member of the Vienna Bar Association
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