He has served clients in a range of industries, including automotive, aviation, leisure, financial services and banking, manufacturing and heavy industry, mechanical engineering, real estate, retail and wholesale, and shipbuilding.
Currently, Mr. Dillenseger is advising Titan Petrochemicals, a Hong Kong-listed marine engineering group, on its financial restructuring. He also advised an Indonesian power project developer on its debt refinancing.
Previously, he advised stakeholders on the financial restructuring of Thomas Cook, Europe’s second largest travel group (tour operator and airline). He also acted as country head for Lehman Brothers Korea, Lehman Taiwan and Lehman Philippines, managing the performing and non-performing loan and real estate (REO) portfolios. In other roles, he managed several broker dealer / investment banks in Russia and Turkey, and served as asset manager for non-performing loan (NPL) portfolios in Turkey, Poland and the European Mezzanine Private Equity and REO investments.
Mr. Dillenseger also served as CRO for the Fantuzzi Group (Noell Cranes), the world’s second largest heavy container crane and handling equipment maker, responsible for the financial and operational restructuring of its joint-venture (with China Merchant Bank) involving a production site in China (Xiamen).
On engagements include: serving as CRO for the Net Jets private jet franchise within National Air Services Group in Saudi Arabia, where he also prepared the Group for IPO and ultimate buyout of majority shareholder; and CFO of Schulte GmbH, a German wholesaler and retailer of sanitary, heating and civil engineering products; CFO of a German IT company.
Before joining A&M, Mr. Dillenseger was a corporate finance manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers U.K. and Germany. He acted as interim CFO of the merged telecom units (mobile, fixed and data) of the German conglomerates EON (former VEBA) and RWE.
Mr. Dillenseger earned a Diplom-Kaufmann (German MBA equivalent) from University of the Saarland, Germany, majoring in corporate finance, corporate and civil law and management information systems. He also attended a master of business studies program at Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College in Dublin, Ireland, as part of a scholarship from the European Union. A German / British national, he is fluent in German and English.