Alexandra E. Hagelüken

  • Die Welle
  • Reuterweg 20
  • 60323 Frankfurt am Main
  • Germany
Profile Experience

Alexandra Hagelüken advises creditors and borrowers on complex national and cross-border financings, drawing on more than two decades of experience with German and English law transactions. Ms. Hagelüken formerly served as Co-Vice Chair of the firm’s Global Finance Department.

Ms. Hagelüken regularly advises on:

  • Acquisition financing transactions
  • Infrastructure financings
  • Financial restructurings
  • General corporate lending

She excels at establishing long-term relationships with clients who value her pragmatic and unflappable approach. With a keen knowledge of both the products and the players in the German market, she has become a trusted advisor for clients pursuing landmark and innovative deals.


Ms. Hagelüken has earned widespread recognition for her practice work. Financial News lists her among the Fifty Most Influential Lawyers 2022. Handelsblatt Best Lawyers named her Lawyer of the year for Banking & Finance 2019. She is ranked Band 1 by Chambers Europe Germany 2022, and has been recognized by JUVE 2021/2022, IFLR1000 2021, Who's Who Legal Germany 2021, and The Legal 500 Deutschland 2022.

Ms. Hagelüken’s representative expertise includes advising:

  • Bank consortium on the financing of the public takeover of Stada AG, the largest private equity transaction in Germany with an overall value of €5.4 billion
  • Bank consortium on the financing of the acquisition of CeramTec GmbH by BC Partners 
  • Bank consortium on the financing of all shares in Thermamax Group by Capvis 
  • Bank consortium on the financing of the acquisition of PlusServer GmbH by BC Partners
  • Bank consortium on the financing of Henkel 
  • Bank consortium on the refinancing of KAEFER Group (loan - bond) 
  • Cheplapharm on its refinancing 
  • Kaffee Partner Holding on its refinancing 
  • Kongsberg on its refinancing (bonds and super senior revolving facility)
  • Triton on the financing of the acquisition of cathode, furnace linings, and carbon electrodes (CFL/CE) business of SGL Carbon, the first covenant-lite unitranche  transaction in the German market
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