Martin Hüwel studied law at the Universities of Bonn (Germany) and Geneva (Switzerland). After being admitted to the German Bar in 2004, he worked for two international law firms in financial services before moving to Luther in 2019. In addition to speaking German, he also speaks English and French. Martin Hüwel is a regular lecturer and author on supervisory law issues. Amongst other things, he is the author of commentaries on provisions of law regarding limited investment partnerships in Baur/Tappen (“Kommentar zum KAGB”, a legal commentary on the German Investment Code).
Martin Hüwel has many years' experience advising German and international clients on asset management as well as investment and insurance supervisory law. He advises both providers on structuring, setting up and distributing regulated and non-regulated domestic and foreign funds and other investment products and also institutional investors (including investors regulated under insurance supervisory law or banking supervisory law) on the acquisition of such investment products and on setting up their own investment platforms. A further focus of his work is providing supervisory law advice with regard to banking and financial services that require approval.