Mrs Nathalie Van Woerkom > AKD > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile
1040 KG AMSTERDAM
PO BOX 59280
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Mrs Nathalie Van Woerkom
Corporate/M&A and Private equity
Nathalie van Woerkom is a lawyer and partner at AKD. Nathalie specialises in mergers, acquisitions and private equity. She also advises on various aspects of distressed M&A. Nathalie is the trusted adviser of many of the Netherlands’ leading private equity firms. Chambers Global, Legal 500 and IFLR1000 recognise Nathalie as a leading individual. Her clients praise her as an “excellent negotiator and a great team leader”.
AKD is predominantly active in the mid-market though is also frequently instructed on transactions valued over €500m. The practice takes the lead on domestic and cross-border deals and is also frequently sought out by UK and US law firms to support with the Dutch law aspects of global transactions. Nathalie Van Woerkom heads the practice and is noted for both her transactional and finance expertise; her team has noted an uptick in terms of sustainable investment and good governance matters of late.
Noted for its capacity in ‘complex cross-border transactions’, AKD is an independent Benelux law firm with expertise in M&A, strategic transactions, restructurings, merger control and regulatory approvals. Carlos Pita Cao heads the team and is knowledgeable of the transport, logistics, energy, food, manufacturing, technology and leisure fields, and leads the firm’s Spanish and Latam desks. Nathalie Van Woerkom is particularly adept in the field of distressed M&A. The practice predominantly focuses on mid-market transactions and often handles deals valued in excess of €500m.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation
- Energy: regulatory
- Fraud and white-collar crime
- Real estate
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Banking and finance: lender or arranger side
- Commercial, corporate and M&a
- Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences
- Intellectual property: trade marks, copyrights and design rights
- Private equity
- Project finance and PFI
- Energy: transactional
- EU and competition