Armin is a Salary Partner and has extensive experience in advising companies and investors in the areas of venture capital and complex national and international M&A transactions.
Armin has a particular focus on financing rounds, exits/buy-outs as well as the establishment and expansion of digital business models through company builders and corporate venture builders, especially in the areas of digitalization of services, DeepTech, AI, FinTech, Banking, Prop-Tech, real estate and e-commerce. In addition, he has proven expertise in complex M&A transactions and Joint Ventures and is particularly familiar with the legal support of consulting companies and their business activities.
He also frequently advises on the interface between Start-Ups and Corporates.
Taylor Wessing was recently once again recognised by Legal500 as a Tier 1 law firm for both venture capital and M&A transactions (deal volumes up to EUR 100 million) and Armin Bartsch has been recommended as a key lawyer and "venture capital and M&A specialist" for both areas.
|Salary Partner, Taylor Wessing
|2013 - 2022
|as of 2013 Associate, as of 2019 Associated Partner, Noerr
|2009 - 2013
|Research assistant, Noerr
|2009 - 2010
|Research assistant, chair for European Law, University of Regensburg
|Second state examination, Regensburg, established as a lawyer
|2009 - 2013
|Doctoral thesis on Russian Energy and Investment law
|2002 - 2008
|Studies of law at the University of Regensburg including 2 years of studies at Lomonosov Moscow State University
|Restrictions of foreign investment in the Russian Federation in the field of utilization of oil and gas deposits on subsoil plots of federal significance, LIT Verlag 2015 (doctoral thesis)
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