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Victor de Vlaam

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Corporate

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Victor de Vlaam is a Corporate Partner based in Amsterdam specializing in M&A, private equity, public to private’s, REITS, corporate restructurings and equity capital markets. Over the past years Victor has advised on a number of high profile, multi-jurisdictional M&A and capital market transactions, including a number of IPOs on Euronext Amsterdam.


Netherlands

Commercial, corporate and M&a

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&a

The lawyers at Hogan Lovells International LLP are commended for being 'very hands-on and accessible' and for being 'solution finders'. The practice is also highlighted for its 'great international expertise'. Department head Victor de Vlaam and senior counsel Johan Kleyn are noted practitioners. Together with a cross-practice team, Johannes Buntjer, who covers M&A and private equity matters, advised Daimler on the creation of a joint venture with BMW to form innovative future mobility services. In other work, the practice assisted Kuala Lumpur Kepong on the sale of its surfactants business in the  Netherlands to a Swiss-headquartered chemical producer.

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Insurance

Within: Insurance

Victor de Vlaam and senior associate Aafke Pronk are the main contacts at the Hogan Lovells International LLP team handling work for major insurance and reinsurance clients and which focuses on corporate transactions and regulatory advice. The team advised a life insurance client on a complex, cross-border merger and the regulatory aspects and the transfer of the insurance portfolio. Other clients include Reinsurance Group of America, AXA, and United Health.

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Investment funds

Within: Investment funds

Victor de Vlaam and Maarten Schellingerhout, who is UK- and Netherlands-qualified, lead the team at Hogan Lovells International LLP. The duo are advising Prologis, one of the largest US real estate investment trusts, on its of 91 industrial properties in the US and six European countries.

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