Corporate/M&A lawyer Binder Groesswang has been appointed Christian Zwick to the firm's partnership in Vienna.
According to Binder, Zwick "has supported prominent clients of Binder Grösswang in issues of corporate and civil law for years. Moreover, he has worked on national and international corporate transactions, company formations, and restructurings. Very recently, he worked for the French company Veolia Environnement S.A. in the context of founding the Wastebox joint venture with Austria’s Saubermacher Dienstleistungs AG; the JV is seeking to establish an app-based waste disposal solution in several European countries. He also acted as an adviser to Ionity GmbH upon market entry in Austria; the joint venture of auto manufacturers BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company as well as Volkswagen Group, was formed to operate high-power charging stations along Austrian motorways. He is also an adviser to several start-up companies and new players, including Zuulu."
Zwick is a 2010 graduate of Vienna University obtained an LL.M. from Duke University in the United States that same year.
Simultaneous with the announcement of Zwick's promotion Binder Groesswang announced that banking/finance lawyers Stefan Frank and Robert Wippel were promoted to Counsel.
"When an attorney is appointed partner and two are promoted to counsel, it is plain to see how important it is to us to foster the development of our employees and offer them attractive career paths," said Binder Groesswang Managing Partner Michael Kutschera. "After all, they have been making their know-how, experience and personal commitment available to our clients for many years."