Marissa Weinrauch

Marissa Weinrauch

European Counsel, Corporate
Marissa Weinrauch advises on a wide range of corporate matters, including cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and selected capital markets transactions. She previously spent a year and a half on client secondment at a leading private equity and venture capital fund.


Ms. Weinrauch’s experience includes advising:

  • Wolt Enterprises Oy in its £7 billion acquisition by DoorDash, Inc.;
  • Infrastructure Integrator LLC in its business combination with JSC First Tower Company, one of the largest mobile tower infrastructure companies in Russia, with a reported enterprise value of over US$1 billion;
  • RMG Acquisition Corporation II in its US$8 billion business combination with ReNew Power, India’s leading renewable power company. This is the first-ever de-SPAC transaction involving an Indian company; 
  • Coty Inc. in its strategic partnership with KKR & Co. Inc. including the carveout sale of 60% of its professional beauty and retail hair businesses to KKR with an enterprise value of US$4.3 billion;
  • ABH Holdings in its sale of a stake in Public Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank to MSP Stiftung;
  • DSV A/S in its US$1.3 billion acquisition of UTi Worldwide Inc;
  • Konecranes plc in its US$1.3 billion acquisition of Terex Corporation’s material handling and port solutions unit;
  • Hg Capital in its acquisition of a majority interest in the Rhapsody business of Orion Health Group Limited, and its investment in Orion’s Population Health business;
  • Eurasia Drilling Company Limited in the proposed acquisition of a 51 percent stake in the company by Schlumberger Limited;
  • Toshiba Corporation in connection with the Chapter 11 filing of its Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC group of subsidiaries;
  • LetterOne Holdings S.A. in its:
    • US$1.6 billion acquisition of E.ON E&P Norge AS from E.ON Beteiligungen GmbH; and
    • US$725 million sale of DEA UK Holdings Limited to Ineos AG;
  • LM Group Holding A/S in its issuance of senior secured notes, as well as its subsequent consent solicitation and issuance of green bonds;
  • Permira Funds in the US$2.8 billion sale of its portfolio company Iglo Foods Holdings Limited to Nomad Holdings Limited;
  • Doughty Hanson in its disposal of Balta to Lone Star Funds through a dual-track process;
  • Banco Comercial Português, S.A. in its €2.25 billion rights offering; and
  • the largest shareholder of Forward Industries Inc. in connection with his successful proxy contest against the company.



  • J.D., Harvard Law School, 2013
  • B.A., Tufts University, 2008


  • England & Wales
  • New York

Marissa Weinrauch