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Our professionals are sought-after speakers, moderators and discussion participants at national and international conferences, seminars and training courses. These events offer opportunities for exchanging experiences, networking and personal development. Some POELLATH experts are active in legal education and support the training and education of future colleagues.


Together with our event partner, we regularly organize professional events and trainings in our practice areas. POELLATH is a founding member of several non-profit associations that organize professional events. Some of these formats are among the largest German professional events in their field. We also host events for our clients and friends of the firm to encourage socio-political exchange.

Here you will find invitations and information on current events and an archive of all events. Do you want all the information you need even faster? Follow us on LinkedIn or subscribe to our newsletter.

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Berliner Steuergespräche
With the support of the Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie e.V. (BDI) and POELLATH, the Berliner Steuergespräche have been held regularly since spring 2002. They serve as a forum for all those who deal with tax law and tax policy issues in their daily professional work in the German capital.
Frankfurter Insolvenz- und M&A-Forum (FIMA)
Companies in crisis, distressed M&A, ESUG practice - Since 2013, P+ Training has invited annually to the Frankfurter Insolvenz- und M&A-Forum (Frankfurt insolvency and M&A forum).
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Funds Forum Frankfurt
In Spring 2008 in cooperation with the ILF Institute for Law and Finance, POELLATH established the Funds Forum Frankfurt with the aim of providing a discussion platform for all those involved in fund structuring.
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M&A Lehrgang
The course was established by the POELLATH partners Dr. Frank Thiäner and Jens Hörmann and teaches the basics for the successful execution of M&A transactions. Hosted by P+P Training GmbH, the event series takes place annually, alternating between Munich and Frankfurt. POELLATH partners Dr. Georg Greitemann and Dr. Peter Bujotzek are responsible for the content of the M&A Lehrgang in Frankfurt.
Munich Private Equity Training (MUPET)
At MUPET, experienced specialists from Germany and abroad will present and discuss the latest developments in the field of private equity. The focus is on both the fund business and the transaction side.
Münchner M&A Forum
The Munich M&A Forum (MMA) offers a platform for lectures and discussions on current economic and legal developments and their impact on M&A transactions. The Munich M&A Forum e.V. as an independent organizer is pleased to welcome responsible persons from companies, law firms, consulting firms, the judiciary and public administration.
Münchner Unternehmenssteuerforum
The Münchner Unternehmenssteuerforum (Munich Corporate Tax Forum) is dedicated to the promotion of tax law, in particular through specialist tax discussions between representatives of the judiciary, the tax authorities and academia, as well as experts from the business world and the tax and legal professions.
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SuperReturn Reception POELLATH
Every year, POELLATH invites a select group to an evening reception in the Berlin offices during the SuperReturn conference.
Venture Breakfast | Venture Nights
VENTURE BREAKFAST | VENTURE NIGHTS is a P+ Training event series and is aimed at start-ups and young companies with venture capital ambitions.
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Berliner Abendgespräche
Since 2008, POELLATH has hosted the “Berliner Abendgespräche”. With these lectures and discussions, we want to explain socio-political topics to our employees and clients and stimulate further discussion.
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Celebration 20 Years of POELLATH
On 23 February 2018, POELLATH commemorated its 20th anniversary with a celebration in Munich. Among the many guests who attended, there were representatives from all sectors of private equity, including fiscal authorities, the judiciary, academia and the scientific community and the private equity industry. The event was organized as a series of discussions by legal experts and a discussion of sociopolitical topics in the course of the afternoon at the Allerheiligen Hofkirche (All Saints’ court church), followed by a reception at the Max-Joseph Hall at the Residenz palace in the evening.