Marc von Ammon

Marc von Ammon's practice is focused on finance regulatory, investment, and capital markets law. He advises credit institutions and financial services providers, investment companies, issuing houses, and industrial companies on all aspects of regulatory, supervisory, and capital markets law particularly as they relate to the German Banking Act (Kreditwesengesetz [KWG]), the Capital Investment Act (Vermögensanlagengesetz [VermAnlG]), the Securities Trading Act (Wertpapierhandelsgesetz [WpHG]), and the Investment Act (Investmentgesetz [InvG]). Marc has considerable experience in structuring and distribution of financial products, such as open- and closed-end funds, derivatives, bonds, and mezzanine finance instruments (such as participation rights), and in investment advisor liability.

Before studying law, Marc served an apprenticeship (Banklehre) with Deutsche Bank, Wiesbaden and qualified as a banker (Bankkaufmann). Prior to joining Jones Day, he practiced for several years as a lawyer with major German law firms. He also served a secondment at a large city law firm in London. [1]