Marjukka Sippola specialises in capital markets transactions and mergers and acquisitions. She also advises on banking and finance arrangements. Ms Sippola has advised companies and financial institutions on equity and debt capital markets transactions, including IPOs, pre-IPO restructurings, primary and secondary fundraisings, private placements, takeovers and bond issues, as well as on corporate governance and disclosure rules. Prior to joining Krogerus, Ms Sippola worked several years for Norton Rose LLP in London in their corporate finance practice group. She serves as the co-head for the firm’s Capital Markets practice.
Ms Sippola is currently on leave of absence.
Chambers Europe 2017 (Capital Markets): "Sources comment: 'She is very efficient and an excellent lawyer.'"
Chambers Europe 2016 (Capital Markets): "She's an excellent lawyer – I'd highly recommend her for her strong knowledge of the underlying regulations."
Chambers Europe 2015 (Capital Markets): "Sources describe Marjukka Sippola as 'a great project manager. She does an excellent job and makes sure matters progress, and is able to quickly unlock problems.'"
Chambers Global 2014 (Banking and Finance): “Marjukka Sippola uses her experience at a major London-based law firm to advise this firm’s international capital markets clients.”
Chambers Global 2013 (Banking and Finance): “Co-head of the capital markets practice Marjukka Sippola has four years’ experience with a London firm. She brings her cross-border prowess to mandates.”
IFLR1000 2017: Listed as a rising star in Energy and Infrastructure, Capital Markets, Private Equity and Mergers and Acquisitions
IFLR1000 2015 and 2016: Endorsed as a rising star in Banking and Finance, Capital Markets and Private Equity
Listed in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers (Capital Markets Law)
Crowdfunding in the Context of Securities Offerings in the US and Europe: An Overview of the Regulatory Framework (International Bar Association, Securities Law Committee, Vol 19, No 1, February 2013) co-author with Leif Laitinen
The Daimler Case Gives Guidance on the Requirement of ‘Precise’ Information in the Definition of Inside Information in a Protracted Decision-Making Process (International Bar Association, Securities Law Committee, Vol 18, No 2, September 2012) co-author with Mårten Knuts
Finnish Bar Association
LL.M., University of London, United Kingdom (2006)
Master of Laws, University of Helsinki (2001)
Bachelor of Science (Economics), Aalto University School of Economics (2007)