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Advocate Inge Timmerman

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Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten

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Corporate and M&A and Energy.


Inge Timmerman specialises in corporate law and contracting law, with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, asset transactions, joint ventures and restructurings as well as general corporate law questions and corporate governance. Inge advises both national and international clients.


Prior to founding Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten in 2014, Inge worked for Stibbe both in Amsterdam and in London and was a member of Stibbe’s Energy & Industrial group between 2010 and 2014.


Dutch, English.


Inge is a member of the Dutch Bar Association (2002).


Inge graduated from the Radboud University Nijmegen (dual master business law, cum laude) and completed the Grotius Mergers and Acquisition program (cum laude). She also attended INSEAD’s MBA Highlights Programme (Fontainebleau, France).




Commercial, corporate and M&a

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&a

Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten is recognised for dealing with complex business setups in the Netherlands and across Europe. Founding partner Quirijn Biesheuvel is lauded by one client for being 'the best M&A lawyer I have worked with', while another commented that he 'owns the situation and controls the case'. Other well-regarded founding partners are the 'outstanding lawyer and true dealmaker' Rutger Jansen and the 'structured thinking' Inge Timmerman. The team advised private equity and venture capital firm Karmijn Kapitaal on its acquisition of a 40% stake in Gielissen from its shareholders. The team also advised Fiber Nederland on the acquisition by M7, a Luxemburg-based Group, of all its shares.

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Energy: regulatory

Within: Energy: regulatory

At Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten, Inge Timmerman 'is hands-on and committed to getting the deal done' while Rutger Jansen 'has great knowledge of the business and his advice is always practical'. The team advises on the regulatory aspects of transactions and projects predominantly in onshore and offshore renewables. In recent work, the practice advised ENGIE on regulatory matters in connection with its acquisition of Sungevity International from Solar Spectrum.

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Energy: transactional

Within: Energy: transactional

Rutger Jansen and Inge Timmerman head the team at Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten which continues to act for Engie on a range of transactions. It is also advising Dutch & Co on the development and financing of various solar parks in Africa, including a joint venture with Solarcentury. The group serves clients in the wind, solar, biogas, and utilities sectors.

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Private equity

Within: Private equity

Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten's team¬†is 'solution oriented' and provides 'high-quality legal advice'.¬†Quirijn Biesheuvel¬†is ‚Äėhighly skilled‚Äô.¬†Rutger Jansen¬†and Inge Timmerman¬†are other names to note.

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