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Jolande van Loon

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Civil-law notary, Corporate, Real Estate, Energy


Partner/Notary, Areas of expertise: Corporate law, Real estate law, Funding and securities transactions, Assistance with mergers and acquisitions, Estate Planning.


Jolande specialises in corporate and property law. In the former area, she advises on corporate governance, partnerships, foundations, associations and cooperatives. In addition, she assists in restructurings, takeovers (both shares and assets and liabilities) and joint ventures. She executes and advises on (international) legal demergers and mergers, financial transactions and associated securities. Jolande assists in property transactions in the broadest sense of the word, particularly in the energy sector, including network registration. She is a member of Ploum Lodder Princen’s Energy team. Due to her knowledge of Italian and Spanish, among other languages, Jolande is also authorised to execute deeds in these languages. Jolande works for various community organisations; for example, she is member of the Supervisory Board of the SWK-Groep foundation (childcare and community development), member of the board of Stichting Diaconaal Centrum Pauluskerk Rotterdam, and a member of the financial committee of the Willem van Rede Fund (Museum Boijmans).


English, German, French, Italian and Spanish


Member of the Disciplinary Chamber of notaries at the Court, for the districts Rotterdam/The Hague/Dordrecht, Dutch Energy Law Association (NEVER), Association of notarial estate planners - EPN.


Jolande graduated in Civil Law from Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1990. In 1992, she completed her notarial training at the VU University Amsterdam. In 1990, she started working in notarial practice in Gouda, after which she worked at NautaDutilh in Rotterdam and Amsterdam as a candidate notary from early 1992. In 1996, Jolande started work at Loeff Claeys Verbeke in Rotterdam and New York. She set up the Notarial Practice at Ploum Lodder Princen in 1999, being appointed notary in 2000.




Commercial, corporate and M&a

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&a

'Highly skilled, knowledgeable and experienced', Ploum lawyers 'are involved at all levels and available at all times'. The key partners include 'excellent transactional lawyer' Tom Ensink, 'who is noticeably comfortable in complicated cross-border transactions' and 'equally brilliant transactional lawyer'  Stephan Sluijters, who has a focus on the energy, transport, and logistics sectors. Partner and notary Jolande van Loon specialises in real estate-related deals. Senior partner Albert Wiggers 'is a strong negotiator, technically advanced, and incredibly fast'. The team advised BayWa Renewable Energy on the establishment of a joint venture with the shareholders in Groen Leven, through which it will own and operate a significant number of solar projects in the Netherlands.                    

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