In the increasingly complex world of financial services, Bob Juelke serves as a trusted adviser to public and private companies navigating the constantly changing business environment.

Having completed numerous deals in the insurance and investment management industries, Bob's mergers and acquisitions practice involves representing both buyers and sellers in a broad range of transactions. In addition, he has handled numerous insurance portfolio transfers through complex reinsurance transactions. On the finance side, he collaborates closely with issuers on public offerings and private placement transactions involving common equity, preferred equity, and debt securities.

Bob is a longtime legal adviser to numerous middle-market companies, representing them in connection with their SEC reporting obligations and general corporate governance matters.

Awards and recognitions

2018

Best of Bar
Philadelphia Business Journal

2009-2019

Corporate/M&A & Private Equity (Pennsylvania)
Chambers USA

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., William & Mary Law School, 1993

B.S., University of Virginia, with distinction, 1990

Bar admissions and qualifications

Pennsylvania

New Jersey

Representative experience

Represented an offshore insurance company in the US$646m acquisition of a global specialty insurer.*

Represented the seller of an excess and surplus lines insurance company in a transaction valued more than US$200m.*

Represented an offshore insurance company in its US$91.5m acquisition of the legacy asbestos and environmental liabilities from a manufacturing company.*

Represented the seller of a leading provider of gear drive system for the industrial and military marine sectors in a US$200m transaction.*

Represented a publicly traded offshore insurance company in a US$290m private placement of common shares and warrants.*

Represented a publicly traded offshore insurance company in a US$400m acquisition of a majority ownership interest in a Bermuda-based property and casualty reinsurance company.*

Represented an offshore insurance company in a US$1.1bn reinsurance transaction involving workers compensation, construction defect, asbestos, pollution, and toxic tort risks.*

Represented an offshore insurance company in a merger that resulted in the company being publicly traded in the U.S. with a market capitalization in excess of US$1bn.*

Represented a consortium of investors in the proposed acquisition of a publicly traded reinsurance company with a market capitalization in excess of US$3bn.*

Represented the seller of a community bank in a transaction valued at more than US$105m.*

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

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