Simon Milthers

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Simon Milthers is an M&A expert

Simon Milthers is a popular adviser, which clients attribute to his high professionalism, great dedication and pleasant attitude. 

Simon is considered a highly experienced expert in M&A, company law and mergers and acquisitions, and he has conducted some of the largest and most discussed business transactions in Denmark, emphasising Total's purchase of Mærsk Olie og Gas A/S and the sale of Dansk Supermarked. 

Simon has advised on many different types of transactions, and since 2009 he has assisted in a great number of transactions in the energy, utilities and infrastructure sectors, thus acquiring in-depth experience with the complex regulation that characterises this industry.

In addition to rendering advice on general company law matters, Simon advises on chairmanships, shareholders' agreements, venture investments, reorganisations, matters of boards of directors and executive boards as well as contract law. 


The Team

Energy and Supply

  • Energy and Supply
  • Infrastructure
  • M&A & Corporate Matters
  • New Technology
  • Capital Markets
  • FinTech
  • Renewable Energy
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Partner Simon Milthers
"Clients are different and have different needs. As such, I focus on understanding what constitutes a success for the client, in the case at hand and in general."


  • Member, Danish Venture Capital and Private Equity Association

Education and language

  • Admission to practice law
  • Master of Laws
  • English


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Headed up by Simon Milthers (...), Bech-Bruun is frequently instructed on a broad array of domestic and cross-border M&A transactions. A key area of focus for the ‘creative, strategic and commercial’ department is high-value corporate and capital markets transactions for energy and energy-related clients, as well as private equity transactions and corporate structuring matters.

Legal 500, Commercial, Corporate and M&A

One major deal the team worked on saw a team led by Simon Milthers assisting on its kr2.25 billion purchase of Dong Storage (now Stenlille Gaslager) from energy giant Dong Energy. The deal was notable in particular because of the regulatory issues arising from a deal between two such strategically important groups

IFLR1000, Mergers & Acquisitions