Understanding the strategic importance of joint ventures, acquisitions and divestments
Joint ventures, acquisitions and divestments are important and strategic steps for companies and private equity and other investors. Our highly-experienced team and cross-practice approach helps clients navigate the legal and fiscal complexities of domestic and cross-border transactions in all known industries.
Innovative where needed, pragmatic and creative in all circumstances
By working closely with you and your other advisers we find the best solutions possible, creating value throughout the transaction process. Our integrated, multidisciplinary team has the resources and insight in M&A, tax, notarial, financial and capital markets, executive compensation and other relevant expertise to successfully structure and execute complex and less complex transactions. Our multi-jurisdictional footprint and international network offer seamless and fast assistance on cross-border aspects.
Our clients - multinationals, SME, private equity and other funds and entrepreneurs - value our responsiveness, in-depth knowledge and personal attention.
We have in depth knowledge of all industries, in particular: private equity, IT, healthcare, natural resources, including energy, oil and gas, metals and mining, chemicals, industrials, real estate, agriculture, technology, media and telecommunications and startups.
Buren advises Wepa-Gruppe on the acquisition of Van Houtum, one of the few remaining independent paper factories in the Netherlands.
Buren advises Sharp Corporation (a Japanese multinational corporation that designs and manufactures electronic products, annual turnover approximately EUR 22 billion, approximately 50,000
Buren advises the shareholders Van der Lee on the sale of the family-owned Holding Van der Lee Internationaal B.V. (Netherlands) to Transports Vervaeke
Following several long-awaited decisions in the Credit Suisse cases on 21 April 2017 the Dutch Supreme Court has provided useful guidance to international financing transactions involving Dutch borrowers and lenders. Situation
NEEQ, the so called New Third Board, keeps booming in 2016, along with the stricter and more comprehensive regulations from Chinese authorities. Chinese regulations on National Equities Exchange and Quotations (NEEQ) are tightened up in