Dr. Dr. Boris Schilmar


Location Düsseldorf
Tersteegenstraße 19-23
40474 Düsseldorf

Tel.+49 211 4155597130
Mobil+49 1522 1625484

Location Frankfurt am Main
THE SQUAIRE Am Flughafen
60549 Frankfurt am Main

Tel.+49 69 951195146
Mobil+49 1522 1625484

Lawyers with the same focus

Legal fields

Consulting focus

International Business

Corporate Law, M&A:

Company purchase and sale

Joint ventures

General corporate law


  • Lawyer
  • Banker
  • Dr. iur.
  • Dr. phil.
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At the core of his advisory work as an M&A partner at KPMG Law is his responsibility to his clients to lead them to a successful conclusion of a contract with prudence, foresight and a pragmatic eye for the essentials.

Boris Schilmar focuses on the legal support and coordination of cross-border M&A transactions, acquisition financings and complex restructurings. After the closing of a company acquisition, he also regularly advises the acquirer on corporate and commercial law issues, corporate compliance and financing projects.

As head of the Legal China Country Practice, he has more than 16 years of experience in advising on Chinese-German M&A transactions and the necessary cross-cultural project management. His clients include both strategic investors and private equity houses from Germany and abroad.


  • 2018 KPMG Law
  • 2014-2018 Simmons & Simmons
  • 2003-2013 Deloitte Legal
  • 2003 Admission to the bar
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