Corporate Advisory & Corporate Governance

Reinier KleipoolSven Dumoulin + 52 other experts

Specialists in corporate advice

... with unrivalled expertise across the full spectrum of corporate matters. We handle complex national and cross-border transactions and are a trusted adviser for both private and public clients.

We advise on the response measures and corporate governance aspects of shareholder activism or hostile takeovers, restructuring, joint ventures, the corporate governance aspects of an upcoming IPO, and much more. We are the principal corporate legal adviser for many publicly listed clients on Euronext Amsterdam and abroad, and are equally proud to assist start-ups with the experience we have in both mature and new or developing markets.

Our experts repeatedly contribute to initiating, shaping and acting at the forefront of major new corporate law developments, and take pride in going the extra mile to find creative solutions for our clients, understanding their business context and the jurisdictions in which they operate. Our Corporate Advisory experts are at the heart of what we do as a firm and their expertise permeates throughout our complex matters across all areas of expertise.

Insights

13 May 2024

De Brauw contributes to 2024 edition of Legal 500 ESG guide

De Brauw has contributed to the 2024 edition of the Legal 500 ESG guide. This guide is designed to offer readers practical insights into the laws and practices concerning environmental, social and governance issues across various jurisdictions.
1 May 2024

Anti-money laundering: stricter rules to apply at national and international level

New European rules on anti-money laundering The AML package was adopted by the European Parliament in April 2024 and now awaits Council approval. The new European rules consist of a new European supervisor (AML Authority, AMLA), a revised directive (AMLD6), and a new regulation (Single Rule Book). See our previous article on harmonisation of the rules.
25 March 2024

EU Council approves amended version of Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

In recent weeks, it looked like the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) would not get enough support in the Council, but on 15 March 2024, the necessary qualified majority was obtained. The core of the compromise agreement reached in December 2023 remains intact, meaning that companies falling within the CSDDD's scope will need to adhere to rules that foster sustainable and responsible corporate conduct and anchor human rights and environmental factors in corporate operations and governance. However, substantial concessions had to be made to secure the Council's approval, and the CSDDD is still subject to the final approval of the European Parliament.