Anouk Oosterom newest partner at Rutgers & Posch

Anouk Oosterom has joined the Amsterdam law firm Rutgers & Posch as a partner as of October 15. At Rutgers & Posch, Oosterom (47) will focus on energy, corporate law (including M&A) and commercial contracting. Next to the recently appointed partner Bas Mees, Oosterom is the second partner to be starting at Rutgers & Posch in a relatively short period of time, reinforcing the corporate practice. Oosterom brings…

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Rutgers & Posch advised Zorg van de Zaak in its acquisition of P5Com

Rutgers & Posch advised Zorg van de Zaak (a Dutch a network organization of occupational health and safety companies) in its acquisition of P5Com (a Dutch consultancy firm that helps organizations in the public sector to improve their performance). The Rutgers & Posch consisted of Matthijs van den Broek, Tijmen Noordhoven and Remmert Koster. See also: https://www.zorgvandezaak.nl/in-de-pers/persbericht-p5com-sluit-zich-aan-bij-zorg-van-de-zaak-netwerk/

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Bas Mees joins Rutgers & Posch

Bas Mees (41) is a partner at Rutgers & Posch law firm as of October 1. Mees joins as a partner from Vriman M&A Lawyers and specializes in mid-market M&A, private equity and venture capital transactions. His colleague at Vriman Joost Kuipers will also start at Rutgers & Posch as a senior associate. The knowledge and experience they bring significantly strengthens the private equity arm within Rutgers &…

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Waterland Private Equity Investments enters Dutch accountancy market through a participaiton in De Jong & Laan Accountancy

Rutgers & Posch advised the shareholders of De Jong & Laan in relation to the participation of Waterland Private Equity Investments in De Jong & Laan. This participation is the first time in the Netherlands that a private equity firm invests in the Dutch accountancy market. The team of Rutgers & Posch consisted of Lennaert Posch, Justus Fortuyn, Tijmen Noordoven, Rik Analbers and Qury van Vliet. For more…

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European Taxonomy Regulation and Delegated Climate Regulation impose new requirements on mortgaged collateral

This article by Vasco Hoving sets out the current framework for green bonds such as green securitisations and green covered bonds, which rely on green mortgage loans for their cash flows and collateral respectively. The European Taxonomy Regulation and the Delegated Climate Regulation set new requirements for the green collateral if the bonds are to qualify as European green bonds. The article provides a brief overview of what…

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Dutch Act Implementing the EU Directive on Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions

The Dutch Act Implementing the EU Directive on Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions will take effect on 1 August 2022. This new legislation might mean that existing employment contracts and staff handbooks will need to be updated. See the document below which schematically and point by point shows what will change as of August 1, 2022. If you need any input from the employment lawyers at Rutgers &…

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