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Natalie Daghles

  • Dreischeibenhaus 1
  • 40211 Düsseldorf
  • Germany

Dr. Natalie Daghles is a partner in the Corporate Department of Latham & Watkins’ Düsseldorf office and advises on domestic and cross-border M&A transactions.

Ms. Daghles advises public and private companies and investors on domestic and cross-border M&A transactions, including public takeovers, joint ventures, carve-outs, and corporate restructurings, as well as on governance aspects.

She is a member of the German Corporate Law Association (VGR) and Vice Chair of the firm’s Women Enriching Business (WEB) Committee. Recent speaking events include discussing management liability and cybersecurity, W&I in M&A transactions, shareholder activism, and diversity on boards.

Ms. Daghles’ representative transactions include advising:

  • Amneal Pharmaceuticals, a US generic pharmaceutical company, in the acquisition of bioeq pharma
  • Callaway Golf in the acquisition of Jack Wolfskin
  • The Carlyle Group on its acquisition of the specialty chemicals business of Akzo Nobel
  • Cerner Corporation in its acquisition of the IT healthcare business from Siemens
  • E.ON on various transactions including a cross-border asset swap transaction with Statkraft* and on the divestiture of its Hungarian gas storage and trading activities
  • German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy on the sale of Adam Opel
  • Ferrari on the sale of a majority stake in Ferrari Financial Services GmbH to FCA Bank and the resulting joint venture
  • Hellman & Friedman/Blackstone Group on the public tender offer for Scout24
  • Henkel on various transactions
  • Playtika on the acquisition of Berlin based mobile games developer Wooga GmbH

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

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