Banking, Finance & Debt Capital Markets

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A unique selling point in multinational finance and restructuring mandates

Few firms in the Netherlands can match the quality of our people and our leading position across the full range of corporate, asset and project financing, debt restructuring, and debt capital markets. We are universally regarded as a leading finance and restructuring law firm in the Netherlands.

De Brauw London is an integrated, multidisciplinary team dedicated to the design, negotiation and documentation of both general corporate finance transactions and complex high-impact finance transactions. We offer our clients a single point of contact for both the typical finance aspects of those transactions, and on corporate reorganisations, intra-group transfers, the board’s fiduciary duties, insolvency-related advice, and stakeholder management. This integrated approach has proven a unique selling point in recent multinational finance, acquisition finance, and restructuring mandates.

By teaming up with the leading corporate and finance firms in Europe, the United States, and Asia, we offer seamless cross-border services to our clients. The breadth and depth of our legal capabilities in all relevant areas, including corporate, contract, security and insolvency law, and in regulatory matters, ensures that our finance and restructuring team is at the forefront of legal developments in the Netherlands.

Recent Matters

8 November 2022

Infinite Electronics to acquire Cable Connectivity Group from TKH and Torqx Capital Partners

De Brauw acted as co-counsel together with U.S. firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton for Infinite Electronics, Inc. (Infinite Electronics) in its acquisition of the Cable Connectivity Group (CCG).Infinite Electronics, a leading global supplier of electronic components serving the needs of customers through a family of highly recognized and trusted brands, has announced on 8 November 2022 that it signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cable Connectivity Group (CCG) from Torqx Capital Partners (Torqx) and TKH Group NV (TKH). The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approval and is expected to close in Q1 2023.CCG is a leader in the production, distribution and assembly of specialty cables and cable connectivity solutions. The company operates across Europe with offices and production and distribution facilities in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Italy and China. CCG is comprised of the following brands: Jobarco, Pantaflex, Capable, TKD, ConCab, Schrade Kabeltechnik and KC Industrie. CCG has a global customer base across industrial and electronics end-markets.
27 October 2022

De Brauw advises AEGON on the combination of its Dutch operations with a.s.r.

De Brauw advised AEGON, a leading multinational life insurance, pensions and asset management company, on the combination of its Dutch operations with a.s.r., a leading Dutch insurance group. The deal is valued at EUR 4.9 billion. In connection with the transaction, AEGON and a.s.r. have agreed certain arrangements regarding the provision of asset management services by AEGON for the enlarged a.s.r. group and AEGON's governance rights in a.s.r., including the right to nominate initially two members to the supervisory board with one such supervisory board member having an affirmative vote for certain resolutions, including dilutive transactions and material M&A.The deal signifies a transformative transaction for both AEGON and a.s.r., creating a champion in the Dutch pension, life, and non-life insurance markets.
21 September 2022

Digital Realty sells partial interest in German and US datacenters to Digital for up to USD 681 million

Digital Realty Trust, LP (NYSE listed) has entered into a sale and contribution agreement with Digital Core REIT (Singapore listed) in respect of interests in two datacenters for up to USD 681 million.

The team's pragmatism is underlined by clients, with one referencing its 'evidence- and experience-based input on deal tactics and strategies to achieve our tailored needs'. Another emphasises the practice's foresight, asserting that it has 'a good understanding of the risks involved'.

Chambers Europe, 2021

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Bas Boutellier

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