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Loyens & Loeff

FRED ROESKESTRAAT 100, 1076 ED AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 71170, 1008 BD AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Loyens & Loeff, Roel Fluit, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Roel Fluit

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Loyens & Loeff

Work Department

Corporate / M&A

Position

Attorney at law / Partner

Career

Roel Fluit is a partner in the Corporate Law practice group. He specialises in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and (national and international) joint ventures. In addition, he assists and structures management buyouts, leveraged buyouts and private equity transactions. Roel has been involved in several high-profile national and international transactions, amongst others, in the financial regulatory and tech sector and regularly represented principal international private equity houses in their investments, add on and exit transactions. 
From 2010 through 2013, Roel worked in the New York Office of Loyens & Loeff and provided corporate and transactional advice to various companies and financial institutions. 
Roel lectures frequently and has published on a number of corporate law-related matters.
Roel is a member of the Region Teams United States and Latin America and visits these regions on a frequent basis.

Languages

Dutch, English

Member

Roel is a member of the Dutch and American Bar Associations.

Education

Dutch law (cum laude), University of Amsterdam, 2004
LL.M. degree, International Business Transactions (cum laude), Nyenrode Business Universiteit, 2004
LL.M. degree, US Corporate Law, New York University School of Law, 2005


Netherlands

Private equity

Within: Private equity

Loyens & Loeff’s department is integrated into its well-regarded M&A team. The practice is jointly led by Harmen Holtrop and Herman Kaemingk, whose clients include CVC Capital Partners and ING Corporate Investments. In recent work, the group advised Caryle on its acquisition of the special chemicals division from Akzo Nobel. Bas Vletter, Roel Fluitis and senior associate Antoinette van der Hauw are other key names.

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  • New reporting obligations for Luxembourg securitisation vehicles

    Recognising the close links between the securitisation activities of financial vehicles corporations engaged in securitisation transactions (FVCs) and monetary financial institutions, the European Central Bank (ECB) has adopted on December 19, 2008 Regulation (EC) No 24/2009 concerning statistics on the assets and liabilities of FVCs (the ECB Regulation).
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