Managing Director, joined Golding Capital Partners in 2017 in the Structuring team. He is responsible for the structuring of Golding Capital Partners' investment products from a legal and tax perspective, as well as for the due diligence of the investment structures.
Prior to joining Golding Capital Partners, he worked more than a decade with law firms in the fields of tax and supervisory law, most recently as Counsel in the International Funds Department of King & Wood Mallesons LLP (formerly SJ Berwin LLP) with a particular focus on fund formation. In addition to advising alternative asset fund managers on tax and investment regulatory aspects in respect of fund formation his focus was on advising investors with regard to fund investments.
Mr Boxberger studied law at the universities of Mainz and Leicester, UK and completed his legal clerkship in Wiesbaden, Frankfurt and New York. Prior to his studies, Mr Boxberger received a Diplom-Finanzwirt FH from the Government School of the Hessian tax administration. He has been a German qualified lawyer since 2003 and a certified tax adviser (Steuerberater) since 2008. He regularly speaks and is widely published in the fields of tax and investment regulatory law. He is co-editor of the commentary on the German Capital Investment Code (KAGB) and the Legal Handbook Private Equity, both published with C.H. Beck.