Heinrich Meyer is partner at BEITEN BURKHARDT's Frankfurt office and co-head of the practice group Banking/Finance & Capital Markets. He is also responsible for the legal areas restructuring, corporate rescue and insolvency. His area of activity comprises, in addition to consulting on debt capital financing, mainly advice on (pre-)insolvency law aspects of corporate rescues, enforcement or defence of claims in insolvency cases as well as liability claims against corporate bodies. He also consults on distressed loans, collateral agreements, insolvency-proof off-balance structures and trust set-ups.
Heinrich Meyer studied law at the Universities of Wuerzburg, Lausanne and Regensburg and was admitted to the German Bar in 1993. From 1991 until and including 1997 Heinrich Meyer worked at Deutsche Bank AG in the fields of financial risk management and workout, before joining KPMG. Since 2002, he has been working with BEITEN BURKHARDT, as a Partner since 2004. Heinrich Meyer is a member of the Board of the Frankfurt Bar Association. He is also the law firm's Money Laundering Reporting Officer.
Heinrich Meyer is recommended in the field of Contract Law.
Heinrich Meyer is recommended.
(The Legal 500 Germany 2019 and 2016)
Publications / Lectures
"Lexology Navigator Restructuring & Insolvency Germany"
Heinrich Meyer and Co-Author Dr Moritz Handrup, October 2018
"Better safe than sorry..., Does the "IKB-Decision" Mark the End of the Securitisation Market?"
in: Jahrbuch Unternehmensrelevantes Recht 2011/2012, p. 39-42, co-author Frank R. Primozic
"The Securitisation Transaction – Asset-based financing of enterprises at the capital market"
Heinrich Meyer, co-editor and -author: "Introduction", pp. 36-42
"Securisation - When Appropriate and Necessary?"
RICHARD BOORBERG VERLAG, 2011, pp. 67-70, Ed. Heinrich Meyer and Frank R. Primozic
Betriebs-Berater Comment: "The Federal Court of Justice (FCJ) enhances Security also for Supplier Credits" regarding the Article: "FCJ: Future Claims resulting from enhanced and extended retentions of title may only be challenged as congruent coverage"
Betriebs-Berater, No. 19-2011, pp. 1165-1168, co-author Jan-Moritz Degener
"Debt-Equity-Swap pursuant to the RegE-ESUG (Government Draft for a Law on Further Facilitation of Corporate Restructuring)"
Betriebs-Berater No. 14-2011, pp. 846-851, co-author Jan-Moritz Degener
Betriebs-Berater Comment: "A Precise Benchmark for the Burden of Proof in Case of Resumption of Payments" regarding Article: "OLG Stuttgart: In Respect of an Indirect Discrimination of Creditors in Case of Payment for Goods Delivered subject to a Retention of Title"
Betriebs-Berater No. 5-2011, pp. 268-272, co-author Guido Krüger
"The Restructuring Act - or rather: 'A Calm Approach is The Key'"
Betriebs-Berater No. 2-2011, p. 1
"Legislative Instruments of Torture. In Focus: Breaking up of Banks in Crises, "Bank Tax" (or FSC = Financial Stability Contribution) and Restructuring Fund"
Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel No. 15-2010, pp. 3-5, co-author Dr. Günther M. Bredow
Online Seminar - Update: "Financial Engineering in the Corona Crisis", together with Dr Christof Aha (8 April 2020)
"The New Restructuring Law"/in cooperation with Betriebs-Berater
"Legal Pitfalls in Financing of PPPs"/10th Annual Meeting Public Private Partnership
BEITEN BURKHARDT Advises Gesellschaft für Reisevertriebssysteme mbH (GfR) - Insolvency Avoidedand More than 500 Jobs Secured
Regular election of the managing bodies at BEITEN BURKHARDT
BEITEN BURKHARDT Advises ING DiBa on Acquisition of Lendico
BEITEN BURKHARDT Partner Support Reconstruction of the Viewing Tower "GOETHETURM"