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Work +31 20 303 59 00
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Web:
www.florent.nl

Pieter van den Brink

Tel:
Work +31(0)20 30 35 900
Email:
Web:
www.florent.nl/
Florent

Work Department

Corporate

Position

Pieter van den Brink is co-managing partner of the firm and co-heads the corporate/M&A department. With over 20 years' experience, he specialises in M&A, private equity, joint ventures, partnerships, participations and advice and contracts in relation to corporate and commercial matters. He has extensive international experience in cross-border transactions. He typically represents national and international large and medium-size companies, shareholders, directors and (private equity) investors in various fields with a focus on food & beverage, retail, industry and business services. Pieter regularly lectures and publishes on corporate law subjects.

Career

Before the formation of Florent (2017), he was a partner at BLIX and at Van Doorne. 

Languages

Dutch, English

Education

Dutch Law, University of Amsterdam. Grotius Academie, post-doctoral course in Corporate Law and Business Law (with honours).


Netherlands

Commercial, corporate and M&a

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&a

Florent is considered to be 'the best firm for SMEs and it helps entrepreneurs accelerate their businesses' and 'it is more efficient than the larger players'. Managing partner Pieter van den Brink advised Hemubo Almere on the acquisition of the majority of the shares in H&R Bouw and he acted with Matthijs Brons, who is 'highly valued for being results-oriented and efficient', for EAB Group Plc on the acquisition of 14% of the shares in the capital of Fortum Sun. The team's clients range from startups to private equity houses.

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