Ivo-Meinert Willrodt is a lawyer specialising in insolvency law. In addition, he has an Executive MBA from the University of St. Gallen. He has been working as Managing Director of PLUTA Rechtsanwalts GmbH since 01.01.2018, and is responsible for the locations Munich, Hallbergmoos and Regensburg.
He has been working for PLUTA for over 17 years as a restructuring expert, and has already overseen more than 250 corporate insolvencies, including Straubinger Metallbau GmbH, DEH GmbH, Perfekt Bau GmbH, Thormann Capital GmbH, Rheinhold Meister GmbH, Geiger technologies GmbH, and others. In addition to corporate restructuring in Germany, he also deals with international insolvency proceedings and restructuring. After successfully completing the INSOL Global Insolvency Practice Course Class 2013, he became Fellow INSOL International. He also coordinates PLUTA activities in the international network BTG Global Advisory.
Ivo-Meinert is a member of INSOL International, INSOL Europe and the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI). He is an often-requested speaker, who discusses topics such as European insolvency law, management liability, and the effects of Brexit.
He has extensive experience in all legal and business matters of corporate restructuring, extrajudicial redevelopment and insolvency proceedings, insolvency administration and self-administration, as well as in negotiation, preparation and implementation of insolvency plans.
He has in-depth knowledge of a wide range of industries, in particular the automotive industry, manufacturing, retail, solar technology, grey capital market, equity market and telecommunications. Ivo-Meinert also has extensive business restructuring expertise as the director of a listed (DAX Midcap) investment company in Germany, as a CRO of the German-Austrian company BEA Elektrotechnik and Automation Technische Dienste Lausitz GmbH (energy industry with a turnover of € 90 million), and the US chemical company SKW QUAB Chemicals Inc. (turnover of € 25 million).
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