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Marcel Windt

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Windt Le Grand Leeuwenburgh

Work Department

Insolvency, restructuring & corporate law

Position

Partner

Career

Marcel Windt specialises in insolvency law and restructurings. He acts both as a court-appointed trustee and as an adviser of companies and (distressed) funds, foreign trustees, foreign counsel, creditors, (interim) management and banks. Marcel advises his clients on liability risk- and reputation management, security rights, acquisitions and the implementation of the restructuring of a business in view of its financial problems, often in an international environment.

Member

Marcel is past president and honorary member of the Dutch chapter of the Turnaround Management Association, a former INSOLAD board member, member of Insolad's disciplinary committee, a member of INSOL Europe and member of the Association of Comparative and International Law. Guides that chart the legal part of the restructuring business such as IFLR and Chambers (band 2) rank Marcel Windt as one of the leading restructuring & insolvency specialists in the Netherlands.


Netherlands

Restructuring and insolvency

Within: Restructuring and insolvency

The ‘fast, accurate and approachable’ practice at Windt Le Grand Leeuwenburghreally understands its clients’ business’. Department head Marcel Windt acted as the bankruptcy trustee of Fontijne Grotnes Group. The ‘very clever, hands-onRichard Le Grand is ‘a reliable strategist’ who ‘makes complex issues comprehensible’.

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    - AKD
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