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Annerie Ploumen

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Van Doorne

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Real Estate: Acquisitions & Disposals, Real Estate Development, Property Financing; Real Estate & Construction


Annerie specializes in property and financing of this property. She assists companies with Dutch and international property transactions, financing, refinancing and project development, as well as drafting all other types of property (and other) agreements. In addition, Annerie advises companies on preparing, formulating and carrying out national and international tenders, as well as on structuring and setting up property funds and preparing and drafting the related financing documents.

Annerie has been involved in several major property projects within the Netherlands, and is regularly asked to provide input to various committees aiming to strengthen the Dutch property sector.


Annerie was appointed as civil law notary in 1996. Annerie holds various board and advisory positions, both in the property area and the Dutch notarial profession.


Dutch, English, German.


Annerie holds various board and advisory positions, both in the property area and the Dutch notarial profession. For example, she chaired the Amsterdam chapter of the Royal Dutch Association of Civil-law Notaries from 2008 to 2012, and is currently a member of the Amsterdam Judicial District’s Disciplinary Board for the notarial profession. Annerie is on the board of the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam.


Sworn as a civil-law notary in 1996. Tax Law, University of Amsterdam, 1990. Civil Law, VU University Amsterdam, 1989. Notarial Law, Leiden University, 1988.


Real estate

Within: Real estate

The Van Doorne practice handles real estate mandates across a broad range of sectors including logistics, residential and student accommodation, as well as distressed real estate assets. Team head Annerie Ploumen advised Aareal Bank on the financing of the new Hilton Hotel Schiphol which was acquired by Host Hotels & Resorts. The team, which includes newly made up partner Andy Furr, also advised the LIFE Group on its purchase of the Globe building and a parcel of land for development in the Hague from the Dutch Railways.

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