Dr Martin Lange

Certified banking and capital market lawyer

Dr Martin Lange has been a partner for more than two decades and advises on all matters relating to banking and banking supervisory law as well as corporate and insolvency law. He is also active in the area of compliance. His clients include major banks, state banks, development credit institutions, savings banks, local cooperative banks and insurance companies as well as independent distributors and small and medium-sized enterprises. In addition to providing legal advice, he represents financial service providers in court throughout Germany. In addition, Dr Lange is a specialist lawyer in banking and capital market law and a lecturer in banking and capital market law at the University of Bielefeld and publishes regularly.


Since 2008: Certified banking and capital market lawyer

Since 2001: Lecturer in banking and capital market law at University of Bielefeld

2000: Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Rural District of Friesland

Since 1999: Partner of Streitbörger 

Since 1996: Lawyer at Streitbörger

1995: 2nd state examination (Higher Regional Court of Hamm)

1989-1995: Student, later research assistant at the Institute for International Business Law (Prof Dr Sandrock) of the University of Münster

1993: 1st state examination

1995: Doctorate

1985-1988: Banker


"Leading Lawyer in Banking Law" Kanzleimonitor 2021/2022

JUVE Handbuch

"Very well-founded and thorough", "highly competent (a walking library), absolute client orientation", clients; Banking law

JUVE Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien 2022/2023


"Well networked, extensive forensic experience, clear risk assessment", client; Banking law

JUVE Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien 2021/2022



Dr Martin Lange

Streitbörger PartGmbB
Heßlerstraße 40
59065 Hamm

Phone +49 (0) 2381 / 1608-123
Fax +49 (0) 2381 / 1608-200



Load contact details

Download vCard

Open QR code



The clauses of the banking industry, an examination of selected problems, Dissertation, Münster 1995

Joint ventures as an instrument to bridge the technological gap in eastern and south-eastern Europe, Bochum 1991 (together with K. Matusiak)

Les conditions de vente aux enchères, ICC-Publication Nr. 484, Paris 1991, 375

“New conditions for savings transactions: Savings book – quo vadis?” BB 1993, 1667

“Termination by a representative without power of representation - Significance of the retroactive effect of the approval pursuant to § 184 of the Civil Code”, Festgabe für Prof. Sandrock, Heidelberg 1995, 243

“Absolute or relative stock exchange futures capacity”, WM 1997, 904 together with Prof Dr Batereau

Co-author of the Handbuch der Handelsgeschäfte (Prof. Pfeiffer, ed.), Cologne 1999

“The new statute of limitations in banking practice”, Sparkassenheft 285, 1st Edition, Stuttgart 2004, 2nd Edition, Stuttgart 2005

“Note on Federal Supreme Court Ruling of 2 June 2005 - Case V ZB 32/05 - Legal capacity of a condominium owners' association”, BKR 2005, 418

“Must banks bid farewell to the global cession?” BKR 2006, 230

“Payment protection insurance and related business”, BKR 2007, 493

Co-author in Sladeck/Heffner/Graf Brockdorff (eds.), Insolvency law - Current focuses from the creditor’s point of view, Stuttgart 2008, pp. 527-556



Lecturer for the postgraduate course of study in real estate law at the University of Münster and lecturer at the German Lawyers Institute for banking and capital market law as well as lecturer at the North Rhine-Westphalia Sparkasse Academy and the Lower Saxony Sparkasse Academy

Chairman of the Banking and Capital Market Law Specialist Committee of the Hamm Bar Association

Head of the German Institute of Lawyers for Banking and Capital Market Law