Alexander Servais

Alexander Servais is a Managing Partner of DUKAP.

He has successfully implemented corporate finance transactions, financing for leveraged transactions and financial restructuring for more than 25 years.
He has also acted as interim manager in mid-cap companies for five years now.

Prior to joining DUKAP Alexander Servais was Global Head Corporate Syndicated Loans at Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg and developed finance structures and financial restructurings for DAX-, M-DAX-, S-DAX-companies as well as for larger family-owned businesses.

Prior stages included Co-Head of Leverage Finance at LBBW, Managing Director of a private equity investor and Director of a consultancy company for mid-cap companies. He started his career as assistant to the Board of Deutsche Bank and became thereafter Branch Director at Deutsche Bank.

Alexander Servais holds a degree in business management (Diplom-Kaufmann) from the University of Munich.


The corporate strategy delivers the framework for the individual financing concept.
Sound analysis is the basis for developing a finance concept.

The required flexibility and degree of entrepreneurial freedom have to be considered as well…

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Development and implementation of acquisition financing are regularly projects with demanding time constraints.

In addition to financing the actual acquisition, the effect on existing loans of the buyer has to be considered…

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Securing financing is key for entrepreneurs in challenging economic times.

We support our clients and ease their burden so they have more time to make the right decision in their business operations…

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Some of the partners are available to act under certain conditions as interim managers.

Especially in times of transformation an experienced and efficiently acting Interim CFO or Interim COO is necessary…

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Alexander Servais

Heilbronner Strasse 150
70191 Stuttgart

+49 (0) 711 – 50 87 02 70
+49 (0) 176 – 10 34 31 06

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