Financial Institutions

Financial institutions play a key role in the Dutch economy. They also face numerous challenges as they are required to innovate and enhance their sustainability, as well as respond to rapidly changing market conditions. In addition, financial institutions are subject to extensive regulation, supervision and public pressure, as a result of which they are under continuous scrutiny.

Financial institutions make up an important part of our client base. The lawyers in our Financial Institutions sector team specialise in a wide range of legal areas, thus granting the team a broad and informed view. Our lawyers closely monitor sector developments as well as their legal areas, and are continuously engaged in sector specific transactions and projects. As a result, they have extensive knowledge to assist financial institutions.

Our clients include banks, insurers, reinsurers, funds, pension funds, rating agencies, trust offices, funding platforms and more.

Our team can assist with:

  • Lending by, and funding of, financial institutions
  • Portfolio transactions
  • Restructurings and insolvencies
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Corporate governance
  • Duty of care
  • Financial supervision
  • Product terms and conditions
  • Real estate
  • Claims
  • Employment, pension and benefits

The team regularly organises seminars and in-house training events, and shares knowledge in other ways, for instance by publishing articles. If you wish to receive updates about our knowledge events and newsletters, please click here.