Corporate Finance Law

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description Legal journal
publishing company Specialized publisher of the
Handelsblatt publishing group
First edition 2010
Frequency of publication 8 times a year
Sold edition 1,150 copies
( IVW  Q2 / 2011)
Widespread edition 1,542 copies
( IVW  Q2 / 2011)
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Corporate Finance Law (CFL) is a German trade journal founded in 2010 with a print run of around 2,000 copies. Up until 2013, CFL was published eight times a year by the Handelsblatt publishing group and deals with topics from the areas of capital markets , finance and mergers & acquisitions ( corporate finance ).


CFL deals with legal issues relating to structures and solutions with which companies achieve and finance their growth (e.g. through acquisitions) and (through equity , debt or hybrid capital / mezzanine ). The contributions present the legal aspects in their business context.


The readership is predominantly composed of lawyers, lawyers, chief financial officers, heads of finance / M & A, investment bankers, auditors and tax advisors.


CFL is published by Andreas Cahn , Roger Kiem, Andreas Meyer, Christoph H. Seibt , Michael Schlitt, Stefan Simon and Rüdiger Theiselmann (editors).

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Individual evidence

  1. CORPORATE FINANCE law is launched , accessed on October 2, 2011.