Anneliese Eger

Anneliese Eger


Phone: (11) 3141-3620

City: São Paulo

Language: Portuguese, English, Spanish, German, French and Italian

Linkedin: Anneliese Eger

Practice Areas:

  • Corporate and M&A


Anneliese has extensive experience in corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial contracts. She graduated in France from the Université de Strasbourg, where she also studied a master’s degree in European Community law. She is qualified with the bar associations in Paris and São Paulo. She has a strong affinity for foreign investors, in particular German and French, having worked as a partner at the German firm Friedrich Graf von Westphalen from 2017 to 2021, with which she keeps the business relationship, marking her strong presence and performance in the Brazil-Germany business scenario. She advises both industrial and financial investors on greenfield projects, acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate reorganizations, restructuring of business, and debt reprofiling.

Professional Associations

  • Member of LAV – Lateinamerika-Verein e.V., Hamburg
  • Latin American Ambassador for Legalink
  • Coordinator of the M&A Practice Group of Legalink
  • Admitted to the Bar Association of Paris
  • Admitted to the São Paulo branch of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB/SP)


  • Specialization in corporate and German commercial law, Deutscher Anwaltsverein
  • Course in Financial Accounting, FGV – Fundação Getulio Vargas
  • Course in Financial Administration: Investment and Financing Decisions, FGV – Fundação Getulio Vargas
  • LL.M., Université de Strasbourg
  • LL.B., Université de Strasbourg


Anneliese’s recent experience includes:

  • The reprofiling of indebtedness of approximately USD 500 million for a listed Brazilian company;
  • The establishment of an American multinational group operating in the chemicals sector in Brazil, through an acquisition operation;
  • The establishment in Brazil of a German-Italian group operating in the health sector;
  • The exit, in an MBO operation, of a German group in the civil engineering sector
  • The reorganization of the business of a German company in the industrial sensors sector; and
  • Defining the strategy and implementing the distribution structure in the Brazilian market for German and Swiss companies in the machinery, luxury furniture and healthcare products sectors.

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