As co-head of the practice group “Transaction and Financial Communication”, she has advised companies on over 75 M&A transactions and numerous other challenges in financial communications.
After international studies and a doctorate in business administration, she started out in classic PR agencies before she joined Hering Schuppener in 2003 and helped to build the Frankfurt office.
She teaches at university, acts as jury member for PR projects and co-founded the “Working Moms” network. She relaxes with her family and by growing vegetables.
Phoebe Kebbel is a member of the global partnership board and managing partner in the Frankfurt office, which she helped to build from 2003. As co-head of the global practice group “Transactions and Financial Communication” her focus is on corporate and financial communications.
In addition to supporting various German and international blue-chip companies, private equity firms and non-listed companies for many years, Phoebe has advised clients on communications in over 75 M&A transactions – ranging from midcap acquisitions to hostile cross-border takeovers.
Phoebe studied Business Administration at WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Koblenz, Germany, Richard Ivey Business School in Canada and Ecole de Management de Lyon, France. She teaches communication management at the University of Leipzig and has co-founded the Center for Research in Financial Communications there. She also serves on the jury of Deutscher PR-Preis (German PR Award) and is a co-founder of the network “Working Moms – Pro Kinder. Pro Karriere”, which now counts more than 700 members in Germany and Switzerland.