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Bas Boris Visser
Banking & Finance
Bas Boris Visser is Global Head of Innovation and Business Change and a Partner in the Finance & Capital Markets practice of Clifford Chance in Amsterdam, where he was Office Managing Partner from 2009 until 2015.
Banking is Bas Boris’ main area of specialisation, with a particular focus on the private equity sector and the financial institutions sector.
In 2015, Bas Boris took on the role of Global Head of Innovation and Business Change to drive our ongoing commitment to delivering world class advice and service to our clients efficiently and effectively, every time.
The firm is heavily focused on innovation and change and Bas Boris works with teams around the network to identify new ways of working to best support our clients and their businesses.
University of Groningen (Law) 1993
Admitted as an advocaat in Netherlands 1994
Trenité van Doorne, Rotterdam 1994
Trenité van Doorne, London 1996
Titus de Vries and Jurgen Van Der Meer lead the team at Clifford Chance, which is recommended for cross-border work and work involving the fintech sector. Senior counsel Marian Scheele is another key figure within the team, with significant experience in the regulatory aspects of investment funds, as well as acting for fintech clients alongside Amsterdam managing partner Bas Boris Visser, while Robert Smits is highly regarded for AIFMD and UCITS work.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance: lender or arranger side
- Capital markets: debt
- Dispute resolution: Mediation
- Private equity
- Project finance and PFI
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Banking and finance: asset finance and structured finance
- Banking and finance: Borrower side
- Banking and finance: Financial services regulatory
- Capital markets: equity
- Commercial, corporate and M&a
- Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation
- Energy: transactional
- Investment funds
- Industry focus: telecoms
- Real estate
- Dispute resolution: arbitration
- EU and competition