Carl Brodén is a Stockholm-based Senior Advisor. He has broad experience in a wide range of finance-related matters, with a particular focus on restructuring and insolvency as well as structured finance. In addition to a Swedish LL.M. degree, Carl has a post-graduate degree from the University of Oxford (M.Jur.) and an Executive MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics. Prior to joining Roschier, Carl held the position as Head of Trustee Services at CorpNordic. He has also more than ten years’ experience as a financing lawyer at another major Swedish law firm.
Carl is recognized as one of the leading experts in his field by international directories such as Chambers Europe, IFLR1000 and The Legal 500.
Clients comment that “having a banking and finance background, Carl is very knowledgeable about bond structures and is a specialist in this field” (Chambers Europe, 2023). He “provides a practical interpretation of the law” (IFLR1000, 31st edition) and “is able to think outside of the box” (Chambers Global, 2023). Carl is further described as “exceptionally brilliant when dealing with intricate restructuring deals” (The Legal 500, 2023) and “the go-to-guy when it comes to complicated matters involving different debt layers, inter creditor issues and formal insolvency proceedings” (The Legal 500, 2023). Clients further praise him for being “smart”, having a “very good knowledge about the relevant legal issues” and being “very available and attentive” (IFLR1000, 32nd edition).
CorpNordic, Head of Trustee Services (2013-2015)
Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå, Professional Development Lawyer / Senior Associate (2001-2013)
European Investment Bank, Legal Consultant (2004)
Stockholm District Court, Law Clerk (1998-2000)
Member of the Swedish Bar Association
Stockholm School of Economics, MBA (2013)
University of Oxford, M.Jur (2001)
University of Gothenburg, LL.M. (1998)
Exceptionally brilliant when dealing with intricate restructuring deals. The go-to-guy when it comes to complicated matters involving different debt layers, inter creditor issues and formal insolvency proceedings.The Legal 500