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Julian Versmissen

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Julian Versmissen specialises and advises predominantly on (cross-border) real property transactions. He has gained extensive experience with a variety of commercial property transactions, in particular turnkey development deals, property transformation projects, sale & leaseback arrangements and combined sales and building contracts. In connection herewith, Julian also focuses on lease and construction law aspects of transactions and on asset and project management agreements. In addition, he litigates and advises on building law related matters.

Julian previously worked at Loyens & Loeff in Amsterdam and Frankfurt, Germany. Since 2007 he has worked for Roschier, Attorneys Ltd. in Helsinki at which firm he has concentrated on corporate real property structures and acquisitions of property companies. He advises project developers, (international) investors, construction companies and public authorities.


Julian is a member of the “Vereniging van Bouwrecht” (Association for Construction Law).


Project finance and PFI

Within: Project finance and PFI

AKD serves government and corporate clients on the full range of PPP expertise including construction contracts, real estate, and finance matters. Marc Wintgens, who heads the practice, has a broad of range of finance and construction experience while Taco De Lange has a focus on finance and refinancing matters; he advised Ontwikkelbedrijf Greenport Venlo on all the real estate, construction, and finance issues with regard to the development of Greenport Venlo. The team also includes Julian Versmissen.

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Real estate

Within: Real estate

The AKD team 'is highly regarded for its inventive expertise which also covers related corporate, environmental, public, and tax issues'. Lead partner Marc Wintgens continues to advise VolkerWessels and Taco De Lange heads a team advising Ontwikkelbedrijf Greenport Venlo.  Julian Versmissen is noted for being 'outstanding' in explaining transactions and Floris van Westrhenen provides 'excellent legal advice' together with 'deal-making and conflict-management' skills. Notary Aukje van Griensven is also a highlighted team member.

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