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Martin Klee

Martin Klee

Following his studies in Marburg (Germany) and Canterbury (England), Mr Martin Klee initially worked as a business management lecturer and subsequently as an active partner at a medium-sized industrial company. He has been active in the field of insolvency administration since 2001. In 2004, Mr Klee was admitted to practise the profession of a tax consultant. In 2013, he was recognised as a Specialist Adviser for Insolvency Administration and Restructuring (by DStV e.V., the German Association of Tax Advisers). As a business expert with specialist knowledge of tax law, Mr Klee is mainly involved in restructuring companies and continuing business operations. The size of the company concerned in each case plays a subordinate role here as there may even be good prospects of continuing small craft businesses. However, tax aspects always have to be considered, provided that substantial amounts are involved. Mr Klee is also appointed as a receiver in East Westphalia on a regular basis. Moreover, he prepares annual financial statements and tax returns if this is required in the proceedings concerned.

Diplom-Kaufmann, Steuerberater
Specialist Adviser for Insolvency Administration and Restructuring (DStV e.V.)

Appointed Receiver

+49 5741 337-300


Career levels

Practice Areas

  • Continuing business operations during insolvency proceedings
  • Restructuring during insolvency proceedings, financial controlling
  • Compulsory receivership

Languages for negotiations

German, English

Press Releases


  • Steuerberaterkammer Westfalen-Lippe

Career levels Martin Klee


PLUTA Rechtsanwalts GmbH

2006 - 2016

Insolvency administration in the law firm MEYER Rechtsanwälte Insolvenzverwalter

2001 - 2006

Insolvency administration in the law firm Wittemöller Müller Radack Meyer

1993 - 2001

Active partner of a medium-sized industrial enterprise

1989 - 1993

Lecturer in Business Administration

1982 - 1989

Business studies in Marburg and Canterbury (England)