White & Case advises ABN AMRO on acquisition of Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe

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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised ABN AMRO Bank N.V. (ABN AMRO) on its acquisition of Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe Privatbank AG (Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe) from Fosun International Limited, which is subject to regulatory approvals.

Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe is one of Germany's leading private banks with total assets of more than €11.7 billion, more than 1,500 employees in 18 locations and around €26 billion in Assets under Management (AuM). Combined with the existing approximately €44 billion AuM of ABN AMRO's German private banking business, operated under the brand Bethmann Bank, this will result in aggregate AuM of approximately €70 billion and thereby make it the third largest private banking business in Germany.

The White & Case team which advised on the transaction was led by partners Sebastian Pitz and Roger Kiem (both Frankfurt) and local partner Johannes Goossens (Frankfurt), and included partners Woldemar Haering, Jost Kotthoff, Tim Bracksiek, Bodo Bender, Sebastian Stütze, Sébastien Seele (all Frankfurt), Thilo Wienke (Düsseldorf), Ryan Tou, Wilfred Ho (both Hong Kong) and Thomas Glauden (Luxembourg & Brussels), local partner Mathias Bogusch (Frankfurt) and associates Agmal Bahrami, Jan Ditrich, Alexander Herzog, Andreas Klein, Konstantin Huber, Leon Hoffeller, Carsten Schreiner, Patrick Hinz, Sven Pauls, Pia Berger, Christopher Ruof, Alexander Bijok, Paulina Spengler, Melanie Schubert (all Frankfurt), Martin Junker (Berlin & Frankfurt), David Marder (Düsseldorf), Harriet Baldwin (London) and Tracey Lau (Hong Kong).

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