Kai-Michael Hingst specializes in banking and financial law as well as bank supervisory and corporate law.
He has many years of experience in advising both banks and borrowers on complex domestic and international financing and restructuring transactions with a focus on acquisition finance and asset finance (ships and aircrafts). In the area of banking supervisory law, Kai-Michael Hingst advises both German and foreign lending institutions and financial services providers on the requirements of the German Banking Act (KWG). His clients include medium-sized and exchange listed companies.
Kai-Michael Hingst spent parts of his legal training in Brussels (European Commission) and New York (German Consulate General), has worked as a lawyer in London and is admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales. He has been teaching philosophy to students of the general course of studies at Bucerius Law School since 2004 and is a visiting lecturer on corporate and commercial law at Kiel University since 2007.