Accurate implementation and completion of all transactions, policies, listings and measures
Our civil law notaries form an integral part of Buren’s multi-disciplinary legal practice, working intensively and seamlessly with our lawyers and tax advisors.
Practical and efficient advice
In M&A, real estate, finance, capital markets, restructuring and other transactions, we create tailor-made solutions ensuring implementation and completion is handled in a timely manner. We regularly advise national and international corporate clients, family businesses, private clients and financial institutions on acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures, takeovers, private equity, (re)structuring, reorganisations, finance, real estate, and security.
Listed and other large companies consult us on the implementation of, and compliance with, corporate governance policies, on stock exchange listings, protective measures, and shareholder meetings.
Buren advises to an ad hoc group of secured noteholders of CHC Group on the Dutch legal aspects of the issue of USD 464,148,148.00 zero interest second lien
Buren advises the Dutch subsidiary of a multinational Russian company, active in production of machinery for the oil and gas industry, on notarial, legal and tax matters.
Buren advises one of the worlds largest and most diverse alternative investment managers on its divestment in Polyconcept a leading global promotional products company.
On 8 June 2017, Buren is organizing a seminar for embassies in the Netherlands. The Embassy Event is going to take place at our offices in The Hague. Several distinct speakers are going to take the stand and talk about diplomatic law, Dutch
On 20 May 2015 the European Parliament adopted the so-called Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive 2015/849/EC (“AMLD”) that seeks to prevent money laundering and terrorism.
Effective as of 1 January 2017 a new article has been introduced to the already existing statutory transfer pricing framework in Luxembourg. Until that date a general provision confirmed as a general principle of Luxembourg tax law the