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Houthoff

WEENA 355, 3013 AL ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 10 217 2000
Fax:
Fax +31 10 217 2700
Email:
Web:
www.houthoff.com
Amsterdam, Brussels, London, New York, Rotterdam

Jacques Kröner

Tel:
Work +31 (0)10 217 2544
Email:
Web:
www.houthoff.com
Houthoff

Position

Jacques is an expert when it comes to assisting clients through corporate transactions. He has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating corporate agreements, managing due diligence procedures and auction processes, and providing advice on corporate governance. Jacques’ clients include large companies, investors and government bodies - the last particularly in matters where company law and government bodies (in the capacity of active shareholder) meet. Jacques teaches regularly, including as a guest lecturer on the mergers and acquisitions module of the Erasmus University Rotterdam and at Leiden University.


Netherlands

Energy: transactional

Within: Energy: transactional

The 'pragmatic and client-focused' team at Houthoff is considered to be 'a great addition to any legal department'. The team is led by the 'responsive and practical' Kirsten Berger who joined from Stibbe in March 2018. Jacques Kroner and senior associate Marc van Beuge are also recommended for their 'great knowledge on energy law'; Willem de Nijs Bik handles corporate-related matters. The team offers the full spectrum of transactional and regulatory expertise which includes waste to energy matters.

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