Bram Linnartz > Loyens & Loeff > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Loyens & Loeff
Parnassusweg 300
1081 LC Amsterdam
Netherlands

Work Department

Real Estate

Position

Bram Linnartz MRE FRICS, attorney at law, has been managing partner of Loyens & Loeff N.V. since October 2018. Together with Thierry Charon he makes up the Executive Board of Loyens & Loeff.

Career

Bram is a member of the Real Estate practice group. He advises on commercial property transactions throughout Europe, real estate M&A, corporate real estate, open and closed-end real estate funds, property finance, joint ventures, and project development. He combines his expertise in the field of M&A with an in-depth knowledge of property law, the property industry and the ‘Real Estate Capital Markets’. He is a lecturer at the University of Amsterdam, School of Real Estate.

Before being appointed as managing partner, Bram served as non-executive chairman of the management board of Loyens & Loeff N.V. He is fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and member of the Master of Real Estate Alumni Association (MRE) and an alumni of the INSEAD Advanced Management Programme.

Languages

Dutch, English and German

Memberships

Advanced Management Programme, INSEAD, 2017
Real estate investment studies, University of Amsterdam, 1998-2000
Corporate law, University of Nijmegen, 1997
English law, University of Kent, 1994
Dutch law, University of Amsterdam, 1992

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Real estate

Loyens & Loeff’s top real estate practice group handles a high volume of deals for high-profile international clients. Its multi-disciplinary team includes tax lawyers and civil notaries, making it well placed to handle the full range and life-cycle of real estate deals. Lonne Rooseboom heads the group and focuses on commercial real estate transactions, turnkey projects and project development work. Managing partner Bram Linnartz handles M&A, funds work and property finance issues; while Wilfred Groen handles domestic and international restructurings, and transactions that include major real estate portfolios. Steven Lucas is a name to note for real estate litigation and tenancy law, while Pauline Leegwater was promoted to partner.