A complex environment for bank financing calls for integrated and alternative solutions
Our banking & finance team provides assistance to our clients on a broad range of financing arrangements - acting for lender or borrower - including acquisition finance, project finance, real estate finance, general banking finance and capital markets finance. We furthermore advise financial institutions on their activities in the Netherlands in respect of license requirements and ongoing compliance with these requirements.
A credible partner for your finance transactions
Recent additional capital requirements for banks and other financial institutions have resulted in a more complex environment for bank financings. Our team provides tailored advise and assistance for a wide range of transactions. Including increasingly attractive alternative means of financing.
Our banking & finance team forms an important part of our integrated domestic and international corporate practice. We have broad experience in assisting in both domestic and international finance transactions, preparation of finance and security documentation and opinion letters.
Our specialists are experienced in capital market financing, assisting with initial public offerings, set-up of corporate governance and ongoing listing compliance. Our multidisciplinary approach considers all relevant Dutch law aspects from a corporate, tax and notarial perspective. Our broad international network enables us to help clients realize their goals, in the Netherlands and anywhere in the world.
Our clients are listed and private companies, domestic and multinational corporations - public and private -across all sectors.
BUREN advises AINA Hospitality Fund on the sale of the Eindhoven Pullman Hotel to Ramphastos Real Estate. The
Buren advises Lithium Americas Corp. (LAC) and Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium Co., Ltd. (“Ganfeng
Lous Vervuurt, lawyer at BUREN, has written the Netherlands chapter of the Global Legal Insights - Banking Regulation 2021. The GLI – Banking Regulation 2021
Last month, the Netherlands Commercial Court (NCC) published its latest judgment.
On 15 January 2020 the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) published a policy for trust offices on social propriety